This historic home on 0.45 acres in The Knoll was built in 1957 for the Hervey family and was once the home of James B. “Dick” Hervey, 6th mayor of College Station. The modern prairie style displays both original architecture as well as diverse contemporary updates. The main floor features an expansive living room opening into a fully modernized kitchen that includes a formal dining area and boasts an enormous “U” shaped quartz counter with island, white subway tile backsplash, playful cut-out display shelves, and recessed lighting. The sunken den includes pressed cork flooring and an impressive wood burning brick fireplace. Upstairs, the primary suite offers room for multiple beds and includes a wall of built-in cabinetry. The en suite bathroom has modern updates with soaking tub, freestanding vanity, and stylish lighting. Across the hall a second large suite also includes plenty of room for multiple beds and offers an en suite bathroom with tiled walk-in shower. Next to the downstairs den, two additional bedrooms share a hall bathroom with marble vanity and mosaic tiled shower with an invigorating shower panel system. Beyond the expansive carport that accommodates two SUVs is a cozy hideaway, suitable as an office, sports cave, or for climate-controlled storage. There is even more room in the spacious privacy fenced backyard with medium shade trees and a glorious lawn, large enough for any gathering. With so many rooms and just a 1.5 mile walk to the stadium, this home makes an ideal game day retreat. Additional information: Pine stairs; foyer is slate look ceramic tile; kitchen has quartz countertops, soft close cabinets with pullout, built-in pantry, gas stove with pot filler, built-in wine fridge; downstairs bathroom has marble top vanity; primary suite has built-in dresser/entertainment center and primary en suite bathroom has quartz vanity, ceramic designer floor tile.