c. 1900 Queen Anne – Pine Apple, AL

Off Market / Archived
National Register
Posted September 2017. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 9/29/17   -   Last OHD Update: 10/1/18   -   12 Comments
15900 Highway 10 E, Pine Apple, AL 36768

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This beautiful 4900 sq ft two story Queen Anne style house is a contributing property to the PineApple Historic District that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The hipped roof is slate while the roofs of the wide wraparound porch and the screened back porch are tin. Polygonal protruding bays on three sides of the house create gorgeous window views from inside. The home has 4 spacious bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths in addition to a living room, eat-in kitchen, dining room, butler's pantry and spacious foyer on each floor. The generous center hallway leads from the double front door to the backdoor through fluted columns. Other architectural features include stained glass windows, glass transoms, decorative mantels, pocket double doors, ceiling medallions, beautiful chandeliers, ornate window and door trim, and a massive wooden staircase with 2 landings. The 2 acre lot has a 3 car garage with workshop and chicken coop. There is also an in-ground salt water pool. Make an appointment today to see this wonderful, historical home for yourself!
Last Active Agent
Lee H Johnson, First Realty of Greenville
(334) 382-2688
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12 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Pine Apple, AL

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  1. Patty says: 1 comments

    Beautiful home….wish it were mine!

  2. Colleen J says: 1307 comments

    I hope this beauty doesn’t stand empty for too long!

  3. karrie says: 213 comments

    love this home, it just calls my name, but don’t want to move away from my children and grandchildren. sigh

  4. abevy says: 370 comments

    Yes, it is nice. Don’t be put off by first photo. I almost was. Apparently several other people have skipped it. Check out other photos. I like the transom windows. Some great woodwork. Just a nice bright house for someone.

  5. LottieLottie says: 407 comments

    Wow! I love the high ceilings in the Butler’s Pantry!
    Large home. I also like the room at the top of the stairs!

  6. Georgia Girl says: 46 comments

    I really like this one. She’s a beauty for sure.

  7. Gregory K. Hubbard says: 285 comments

    Handsome house, very nice woodwork. Great setting. Wonder if the cute dog is considered a fitting?

  8. MargieDCMargieDC says: 14 comments

    Wow there are such lovely woodwork details inside this home. I always love me a good, tall ornate ceiling. Even the red bathroom has a tall ceiling with some details!

    Regarding the town named Pine Apple; the exterior of this house has pine apple color scheme if you think about it, haha! Bad jokes aside, this house is giving me some cozy vibes, I would love to experience it in person!

    • LottieLottie says: 407 comments

      I was curious about the town’s name, too. From Wikipedia…

      Pine Apple was originally called Friendship, and under the latter name was laid out in 1825. The present name was given in 1852 on account of there being pine and apple groves near the town site.

      Sounds like a sweet place with 132 population.

  9. Opal says: 1 comments

    Stunning house.. I wish at least one of the ads would mention the water supply information. This is just the kind of house I’ve been looking for – but if it’s not on a well.. nope. Public water is a deal breaker

  10. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 8904 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    New agent, updated with new and better photos.

  11. Timothy says: 9 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1971 Ranch
    Jamestown, IL

    You know how sometimes a house just talks to you? This one is positively SCREAMING at me. My hubby and I have been looking for a winter place for a while and this home pushes all my buttons at once.
    Showed it to the better half and got the, “Alabama? We would not be welcome.” speech. I’m now in the process of setting up a mini vacation for us to Pine Apple. What could go wrong? LOL

    Timothy Jay


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