Sandstone Street Bed and Breakfast opened November 7, 2012 under the ownership of Virginia and Jack Walker. Prior to this time the 100-year old Colonial Revival house has been home to several of Llano's most prominent citizens. The house sits on approximately a half acre that was part of a land patent issued by the State of Texas to JC Ragsdale in 1846. By 1905, the house was completed and owned by LC Smith. The house was later sold to and occupied by Walter Vander Stucken, VP of the Llano Home National Bank. The house later became the property of Franklin Buttery, co-founder of the Llano Buttery Hardware and Lumber Company still in operation today. Other successful business owners who have lived in the home include Paul and Ida Nell Schuessler of Hasse's Hardware, and Mike and Louise Hazel of Industrial Electric Service and Supply.
Over the years, the house has been lovingly cared for with renovations and modernizations but always keeping the charm of the original structure.
The house is now home and business of Virginia and Jack Walker. The house is decorated with period antiques and boast original hardwood floors, two fireplaces, original wood molding, and wrap around porch.