1835 Greek Revival – Dadeville, AL

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Added to OHD on 4/5/13   -   Last OHD Update: 10/14/19   -   11 Comments

357 W Columbus St, Dadeville, AL 36853

  • $227,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3188 Sq Ft
  • 1.52 Ac.
GINKGO MANOR ... The oldest Antebellum Home in Tallapoosa County. Restored and loaded with Southern Charm!! Walk into the grand foyer to reveal the grand staircase, heart pine floors, huge formal living room and formal dining room. Kitchen has been remodeled featuring granite countertops. The large den will accomodate a crowd for parties or gatherings. This home is currently being used for weddings, receptions, family reunions, Christmas parties, Thanksgiving family gatherings and social gatherings. The current owner has bookings through the end of 2013. You may use it in this manner or live in it as your personal residence. Sits on a 1.52 acre lot on a dead end street under the shade of a huge Ginkgo tree. Meander down the sidewalk to the lovely gazebo with plenty of room to entertain ! An additional 7.75 acres is also included!!
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Patsy Wagenfuehr, Realty South
256-234-7242
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11 Comments on 1835 Greek Revival – Dadeville, AL

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  1. John Shiflet says: 5402 comments

    From the exterior, it looks “right” all the way although the chimney repointing-reconstruction could have been done with more finesse. To omit interior photos is unwise, IMO. The historical integrity of the interior could be a deal maker or breaker for someone looking for an Antebellum Greek Revival house. I assume the acreage listed is one and a half acres with an additional 7.75 acres available. (?) Originally, the house may have been the center of a large plantation-farm which encompassed hundreds or even thousands of acres. Intriguing house, but interior photos are badly needed here.

    • Graham W says: 158 comments

      I agree, some inside shots would be nice to see.

    • Robt. W.Robt. W. says: 435 comments

      Agreed. There are some handsome exterior aspects, but the rear addition and infill of the rear ell porch and the two-over-two windows and some small details as well as the stated current use give some pause about the promise of the interior.

  2. says: 562 comments

    Now we’re talking! I love that balcony and railing, and those simple, slender doric columns. I wonder if the inside is splattered with blood or something?

  3. echo says: 152 comments

    The house is beautiful from the outside. To bad no interior as buyers need to see those also. 🙂

  4. David French says: 5 comments

    Hi All,
    Here is a link that I found on their website that has a few interior photos as well as some history about the home.
    http://www.ginkgomanordadeville.com/Manor_Photo_Gallery.php
    David

  5. Graham W says: 158 comments

    I found a site with some more pictures of the inside.
    http://realtysouth.com/PropertyDetail.aspx?PropertyItem=0&5020_order=descending&PropertyIdx=1&RecordType=200&AgoraPage=1&0110_exc=13-384

    I am really starting to like this place (danger danger)

  6. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11735 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Looks like the main listing site now has interior pics. Link.

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