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History

Mulberry Manor is located in the Historic Trammell House in Sweetwater Texas. Built by a rancher and banker Thomas Trammell (1848-1919); Trammell was called the "Father of Sweetwater". He hired noted architect John Young (the father of actress Loretta Young) to design the house. Trammell, who helped bring railroads to Sweetwater, knew of Young's design work for the Santa Fe Railway. The home was built during the period of 1911 to 1913 and reflects the Mission Revival-Prairie School style of architecture and features a unique atrium.

History

Mulberry Manor is located in the Historic Trammell House in Sweetwater Texas. Built by a rancher and banker Thomas Trammell (1848-1919); Trammell was called the "Father of Sweetwater". He hired noted architect John Young (the father of actress Loretta Young) to design the house. Trammell, who helped bring railroads to Sweetwater, knew of Young's design work for the Santa Fe Railway. The home was built during the period of 1911 to 1913 and reflects the Mission Revival-Prairie School style of architecture and features a unique atrium.
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Shortly after Trammell's death the home was leased to the city and served as the only hospital in the area from 1923 to 1936. Later Trammell's daughter and her family occupied the home. In the years to follow it served as a private home and apartments. In 1991 Raymond and Beverly Stone purchased the home, restored it, and it became known as Mulberry Mansion Bed and Breakfast. When Mulberry Mansion closed in the late 1990's it once again became a private residence. In October of 2018, the home was purchased by Mark and Kim Reaves. The Reaves set about restoring the home once again and Mulberry Manor Bed and Breakfast is now available for lodging and special events. Come Stay In A Piece of Texas History!