Value Place Tyler

3210 South SW Loop 23, Tyler, Texas, 75701, United States

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    Watch your pricing list they will charge you for linen service when the service was not rendered. Also, the people will tell your personal business to other guest, which is very unprofessional. Stay there for a month but get out as fast as you can. RIP OFF!

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The Goodman-LeGrand House

by VeronicaG

A very knowledgable guide met us at the door of this palatial home and explained the history of those who once lived here.

This Texas Colonial was constructed before the Civil War, but began as a modest four room house by a bachelor named Samuel Gallatin Smith. He was a Confederate captain in the Civil War.

At a later date, it was purchased by Dr. Samuel A. Goodman, who sold it to his son--Dr. William J. Goodman, a Confederate army surgeon and his new bride, Priscilla Gaston. They had three children.

Picture #2 shows the dining room as it might have been appeared

Picture #3 a gilded decoration on the ceiling

Picture #4 the Master Bedroom and vintage clothing

Picture #5 an additional bedroom furnished in the period

The home was enlarged to its recent appearance in 1926 in the Greek Revival style. Sallie, one of the Goodman children, donated the mansion to the City of Tyler upon her death in 1939. It was the first property in Tyler to be listed on the National Regisiter of Historic Places.

The original furniture, photographs and mementos still remain in the home and can be viewed on the tour. Admission is free but a $2.00 per person donation is suggested.

Hours are Tues.-Sat. 10am-4pm

Sweetberry's Tyler Page

by Sweetberry1


Tyler was named for President John Tyler who was one of the principals in bringing Texas into the Union. Tyler is known for its Roses and Azaleas.

The incorporation date of Tyler: 1846
The population of Tyler is approximately 75,450.

In the heart of the East Texas oil field, Tyler has refineries and other oil-based industries.
The growing city has also become the location of the administrative headquarters of various oil companies.
Tyler has a foundry, in addition to plants that manufacture pipes, tires, and electrical equipment. Although its once-famous rose-growing industry has greatly declined, it still features a huge municipal rose garden and an annual fall rose festival.
Tyler is the seat of a Univ. of Texas campus and Texas College. In the city, which has a symphony orchestra and a civic theater, are a museum of art and a planetarium. Nearby are a number of small lakes as well as a state park.


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Address: 3210 South SW Loop 23, Tyler, Texas, 75701, United States