Robertson Plantation (Historic Site #40)
The grounds and home of Col. Elijah Sterling Clack Robertson is one of the best examples of the Greek Revival architecture style as interpreted in Texas. The house has 22 rooms and includes a “strangers’ room” in one of the end pavilions, which allowed travelers to lodge at home without bothering the family. The house and buildings have remained intact through seven generations of the Robertson family. It is one of the best-preserved complexes from the era, and includes in the servants quarters, a stone/wood barn, and the family cemetery where Col. Robertson is buried. (RTHL & NRHP)
THIS IS A STOP ON THE SALADO HISTORIC LANDMARKS TOUR – PLEASE RESPECT THE PROPERTY OF ANY PRIVATE BUSINESS OR RESIDENTS AT THIS LANDMARK.
646 S. Robertson Road, Salado, TX 76571