The City of Belton has a long and unique history that can be seen through the eyes of our homes, which have been deemed historical landmarks. The ability for us as residents to gain the knowledge of our beginnings can only strengthen our desires to continue to preserve our treasured structures. As any one of us travel along our streets that encompass the heart of our city, we can experience the heritage and in some cases, the beauty that these homes possess. Come, see for yourself and check out the 10 oldest homes in Belton out of about 30.

George & Martha McWhirter House built in 1867.

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Ele Baggett House built in 1895. A photo posted by Elizabeth Carter Varville (@beltonbaseball) on

Silas & Ellen Baggett House built in 1893.

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Curtis House built in 1868.

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John Q. Allen House built in 1878. A photo posted by Elizabeth Carter Varville (@beltonbaseball) on

Amazing Grace built in 1890.

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J.T. Alexander House built in 1871. A photo posted by Elizabeth Carter Varville (@beltonbaseball) on

Burford House built in 1879.

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Tyler-Embree House built in 1879. A photo posted by Elizabeth Carter Varville (@beltonbaseball) on

F.K. & Mary Austin House built in 1885.

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