Call it Gothic Revival or call it Victorian. Either way, it’s a grand house.
This once served Rochelle as a hotel, I believe.
Visible here are two of Rochelle’s most prominent landmarks, the Mashburn & Fitzgerald Building and Braziel Mercantile Company.
Thanks to Jim Lasseter for the identification. He notes that his grandparents, Zadoc Wilder and Ava Sutton Lasseter bought this house around 1900 from its builder, a Mr. Cooke, who milled the lumber for the house on site shortly after the founding of Rochelle.