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- Sebastopol House State Historic Site, located in Seguin, Guadalupe County, is a an 1856 Greek Revival-style house sitting on 2.2 acres of its original 4-acre site. Sebastopol House is listed as a Registered Texas Historic Landmark and is in the National Register of Historic Places as a result of from wildernet.com
A landmark in the history of concrete, Sebastopol House is a split-level, Greek Revival-style structure. It was built by slaves of Col. Joshua Young before the Civil War, when the town experimented with Limecrete, a 19th-century version of concrete. Exhibits recount the technology used to build thi from traveltex.com