Photos: 1890s-era home believed to be oldest on Galveston’s North Bay for sale

A Galveston home dating back to the 1890s is on the market for $849,900.

The home — on nearly an acre at 427 Bayridge — is believed to be the oldest surviving house on Galveston’s North Bay, though its exact age is unknown, according to a press release from John Daugherty Realtors.

The house also is known as the McElvogue-Kennedy home because it originally was the summer home for the family of Dan Kennedy, a Houston merchant, businessman and founding leader of the Houston Yacht Club's…

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