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The answer is arguably yes. Under Texas Property Code, the home belongs to you only, so you do not need his permission to sell it. Under Texas Family Code, the home belongs to you provided that the money used to purchase it was only the gift/inheritance you received, and no money earned during the marriage by either party.
Assuming that the above is true, the presumption is that the property is solely yours and separate under both property and family code, allowing you to sell it as the sole owner.
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