Stewart House – Winton

The Stewart House is a two-story Tudor Revival structure, generally rectangular in plan, clad in brick on the first floor and half-timbered stucco above. Gabled and hipped bays project from the main gabled roof. A segmented, arched entry with cast stone surround is flanked by a massive chimney. The house was designed by Joseph R. Pelich and built in 1934 for W. L. Stewart, president of the Westbrook Oil Co. The house is located across the street from Westbrook’s residence. It may be eligible for the National Register following further documentation of the role of Stewart in the Texas oil industry. The Stewart House was designated Demolition Delay in 1995.

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