Situated on 2 lots just minutes from Texas A&M, this home is a one-of-a-kind find in Aggieland. Historically known as the “Caudill House”, the home was designed by William Wayne “Bill” Caudill (1914-1983), an A&M Professor of Architecture and Co-Founder of Caudill Rowlett Scott (CRS); which lives on today as the CRS Center for Architectural Research at the TAMU School of Architecture. Built for his family, Caudill’s second house is “...an outstanding architectural accomplishment on The Knoll, and it was probably the best small-scale work produced by the firm in Bryan and College Station.” (Baker & Scardino, “Flying High”) The main house has 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms while the west lot includes a guest cottage with full bathroom and kitchenette. Updated through the years, this home also offers the opportunity to continue with additional updates and renovations. A stunning architectural design for an gorgeous and functional addition - complete with renderings - is available upon request.