1892 Queen Anne/Classical Revival – Crystal Springs, MS

Added to OHD on 9/25/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments
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501 N Jackson St, Crystal Springs, MS 39059

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  • $324,550
  • 7 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 5043 Sq Ft
  • 1.4 Ac.
Stunning Greek Revival Southern Mansion, circa 1892 and stunning it is. This home has so much history and is located in the heart of Crystal Springs - what a nice little town to live in... Let's begin with the many features this charming mansion has to offer you: Beautiful two story with diamond dust leaded glass doors and windows. The home is designed with wrap around porches along with Corinthian Columns. You will be amazed at the staircase which was built by German craftsmen. All the rooms are spacious with the ceiling being 14' to 16'. Downstairs you will find the front foyer, gentlemans parlor, ladies parlor or piano room, huge formal dining room, large kitchen with breakfast area, two large bedrooms, one full bath, back foyer with separate shower (which was originally an elevator) and laundry room. Upstairs has five bedrooms, two full baths along with a huge storage room. The mantels over the fireplaces are hand carved. This home has so much to offer a family and just has tons of potential!! So much more!! Give us a call today or call your realtor!
Contact Information
Betty Cline, Cline Realty
(601) 892-5500
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10 Comments on 1892 Queen Anne/Classical Revival – Crystal Springs, MS

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  1. Michael Mackin says: 2671 comments

    Wow! When you can fit a full size dining set in the upper floor hall, that is a big house! I love it!

  2. Elwen says: 22 comments

    Such a feminine home, pink pink and more pink! 🙂 Lovely woodwork.

  3. Mary Dunton says: 2 comments

    I love it too! Beautiful!

  4. Colleen J says: 1061 comments

    Very beautiful.

  5. Dallas says: 74 comments

    Remove all the furnishings, carpet and wallpaper then set me loose. Love all the porches.

  6. Warbon says: 100 comments

    The dark green kitchen took me by surprise. The surprise is how much I really liked it! I wonder why the fireplaces upstairs are so much larger and more ornate that the ones downstairs. The one in, what I’m assuming, is the master bedroom is gorgeous. The only downfall is the toilet’s right across from the door. I’ve always hated that. Doesn’t allow for much privacy. Overall, the house is beautiful and so are the grounds.

  7. Jeanne Smith says: 68 comments

    WOW! Just wow.

  8. JimHJimH says: 5105 comments
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    One of those facades that probably looks great in an elevation drawing but a bit overbearing when you’re standing in front of it. Impressive house though!

  9. Boxwood says: 39 comments

    Wonder if the new owners would be allowed to keep the “Guardian Geese” on the front steps? Lol

  10. Sonja Ward says: 9 comments

    carpet in the bathroom and pink carpet gotta go. other than that beautiful home

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