Check Out This Unique Grain Silo Home On 3 Acres!

You’ll want to take a closer look at this Canton, Texas, United States, one bedroom, a one-bathroom home that sleeps 2 guests. Stay in a grain silo near First Monday Trade Days in the 1 bedroom loft, or Circle P Cabins with 4 cabins that sit on 3 acres in the Lawrence Springs Community all of which are listed individually. The Abby Silo is the newest cabin that was created from a grain silo. The unique home has a lofted bedroom with a queen size bed. The kitchenette includes a microwave, coffee pot, and mini fridge.

Hawke Cabin. This original cowboy cabin with 2 bedrooms that have queen size beds. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen, a large covered back porch with a privacy fence, and a picnic table. Shae Cabin. Shabby Chic single-room cabin with 4 twin beds and full kitchen, and a lovely porch. Great for girlfriends’ shopping weekend. Kylie Cabin. Farmhouse decor with 2 bedrooms that have queen and full beds, a fully equipped kitchen, and a gorgeous porch. 10 minutes from First Monday Trade Days. 15 minutes from historic downtown Mineola, famous for antique shopping. The great starting point for a girl’s weekend with tons of shopping or a weekend getaway from the city. Come and spend some time in the country.

Travel about 60 miles east of Dallas and you’ll find the charming town of Canton nestled among verdant rolling hills and dense forests of East Texas. Although best known for its sprawling outdoor market known as the First Monday Trade Days, Canton has far more to offer than that. One-of-a-kind historical sites, two fishing lakes, two top-class golf courses, and a winery are among the many attractions in Canton that will help make your getaway one to remember. Check out Canton’s attractions below and start planning your trip to this gem of the Texas Piney Woods.

Blackwell House Museum. Step inside Canton’s oldest home and learn a bit of local history at the Blackwell House Museum, built in 1886 by H.F. and Nannie Jane Bartlett Blackwell. Open by appointment only. Canton Plaza Museum. Admire one of the largest bell collections in Texas, tour the First Monday Museum, and check out the Native American artifacts and models of the Kennedy collection at this museum. Housed within the old Canton Plaza Theater, the Canton Plaza Museum gives an in-depth look at the town’s history.

Downtown Canton. Canton’s charming and historic downtown area is home to a picturesque late-19th-century courthouse square with eye-catching storefronts full of a wide range of shops and restaurants. Spend a day walking around and you’ll see everything from boutique clothing shops and antique stores to bakeries, a variety of restaurants, and even a winery. The downtown area is also the place to be for some of Canton’s largest events, such as the annual Lighted Christmas Parade and the 4th of July Fireworks Celebration. Hatfield Restorations. If you love vintage autos, then you can’t miss a visit to the Hatfield Restorations showroom. A checkerboard floor and antique signs complement the beautifully restored cars from the first half of the 20th century.


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