Southern Hotel (Llano, Texas)
|Location||201 W. Main St
|Architectural style||Second Empire|
|NRHP Reference #||79002992|
|Added to NRHP||October 10, 1979|
The Southern Hotel in Llano, Texas was erected circa 1881 by stonemasons J. K. Finlay and John Goodman in the Second Empire style for owner J.W. Owen. The hotel was built as a stagecoach stop between Mason and Burnet, later serving as a hotel and a boarding house. Originally only a two-story building, a third floor was added when Colonel W.A.H. Miller bought the hotel in 1883. It was later renamed the Colonial Inn and ceased operations in the 1950s.
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