Designed by Architect Anton F Korn, the Richard M Wilkens family home was built in 1916 to replace a Nicholas Clayton home, destroyed by the 1900 Storm. This Georgian inspired red brick home features Tuscan columns, 84 windows, 16 inch exterior walls. Large Public Rooms for Entertaining and Hidden "Prohibition Cabinets" ensured every party was a success. Everywhere You Look is the Epitome of Luxury Living with Old-World Charm Meshed with Modern Amenities. Stunning Tiger Oak Floors Throughout Most of the Home. Across a Lovely Courtyard-Style Backyard is a Guest House, Outdoor Kitchen Pavilion and Custom Lap Pool. A Side Yard with Firepit Makes Everyday Feel Like Vacation! So many Versatile Rooms and Irregular, Individual Spaces Make It Important for Agents and Their Buyers to Verify Dimensions. This Home - Located Two Doors Down from the Bishop's Palace is One of Galveston's Best Addresses! Claim Your Island Paradise Today!