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The 2-storey Classical Revival Goodall Wooten House is noted for its brick and stone work, tall Ionic double columns, and open gallery all around.
The 2-storey Classical Revival Goodall Wooten House is noted for its brick and stone work, tall Ionic double columns, and open gallery all around. It is currently operated as Hotel Ella, named after Ella Wooten who renovated the structure to its present form in the early 20th century.
2112 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78705, United States
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