c. 1846 Greek Revival – Lorman, MS

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Added to OHD on 11/2/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   4 Comments
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5726 Harriston Rd 553 N, Lorman, MS 39096

  • $150,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 25 Ac.
Richmond Hill at Indigo Plantation in Jefferson County, MS circa 1846. This beautiful tract of land and antebellum home offers paved road frontage on Harriston Rd and has so much character! It would be the perfect place to retire or build a life in. The home sits on 25 acres of beautiful hardwoods and an interior road system that will bring you around the entire property. The land also has two brand new "Dixie Deer Blinds" 4x6 box stands and two 350lb "Boss Buck" all in one feeders. This truly is a one of a kind place! Please call Todd Case at 601-408-5621 to schedule your showing today! Daniel J. Case is a licensed Real Estate Broker in MS and has an interest of ownership in this property.
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Todd Case, Case Land Co.,

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4 Comments on c. 1846 Greek Revival – Lorman, MS

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  1. LisaLou says: 102 comments

    I just love this one; it has my name written all over it! 25 beautiful hardwood acres to deer hunt right behind the house! An old house to bring back to life! I would be in heaven!!! Oh the lucky person that will own this some day! I just wish I were younger!

  2. akd1953akd1953 says: 190 comments

    Beautiful house and property. I would like to restore this to it’s former glory. So nice to see that it has just been “cleaned” up and not renovated or remodeled. I’m not in favor of hunting but it doesn’t sound like it is overrun with hunters in hunting season – which is good.

  3. Delynn Coronado says: 11 comments

    This is exactly what we’re looking for!

  4. Jenny says: 52 comments

    As a weaver, the “indigo plantation’ caught my eye and I wonder if this is a reference to a historical connection with that fiber dye plant. Contrast the high ceilings of this southern home with the low ceilings of the house in South Glastonbury, CT. Wonderful representations of houses built for the weather in their locales.


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