Photo courtesy of The Corinthian Bed & Breakfast.

For the past 20 years, a historic house on Junius Street has been used as a bed-and-breakfast.

Now, The Corinthian Bed & Breakfast, located in Peak’s Suburban Addition, has hosted its last guests and is for sale.

The property, built in 1905, is listed at $1,799,000. Four bedrooms and four bathrooms are fit into the 4,736-square-foot estate at 4125 Junius St. The carriage house includes two suites, each with a bedroom and bathroom.

It still includes original features like hardwood floors and leaded glass windows, but the home has been renovated.

According to the B&B’s website, the house was originally built for Dr. Garfield Hackler, a professor of surgery at what is now Baylor Medical College and the chief surgeon at Baylor Hospital. In 1944, Robert and Sammie Franks purchased the home. Robert Franks was a barber, and Sammie Franks worked in sales. She also rented rooms to women who worked at a telephone company, calling it “The Colonial, a Boarding House for Young Ladies.”

Sammie Franks outlived her husband and resided at the home until her death in 2001.

The house was then purchased by Craig Penfold in April 2001. Penfold hired Dan Tucker to help restore the house before it became a B&B. It was named “The Corinthian” for its Corinthian columns on the front porch.