1913 Classical Revival – Fayette, AL – $250,000

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National Register Property
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Added to OHD on 3/12/18 - Last OHD Update: 8/17/18 - 24 Comments
432 10th St NE Fayette, AL 35555

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This beautiful Southern historic home is a showstopper! Grand in scale, this impressive original design features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, massive columns, heart pine and oak flooring, 6 fireplaces, soaring ceilings, plaster walls, formal dining room, grand pocket doors, curved staircase, expansive porches and additional attic space. Rare opportunity to own and restore this gorgeous home. Nominated for the National Register of Historic Places, the architectural elements highlight the distinctive nature of the designer. This stately home is situated on 3+- acres and located close to shopping, schools, airport and hospital.
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Teresa Dobbs, Re/Max      (205) 242-7166
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24 Comments on 1913 Classical Revival – Fayette, AL – $250,000

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  1. Lancaster JohnLancaster John says: 476 comments
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    1875 Victorian Farmhouse
    Lancaster, PA,

    This looks untouched since the build date. Wish it had a kitchen picture, but I love the butler pantry cabinets and the sweet breakfast nook.

  2. Scott Cunningham says: 368 comments

    Lotta house for that price!! I see so many details in this house that mine also shares. That tub/tile/sink combo in the last pic is a dead ringer for a jack & jill bathroom I have.

  3. DonS says: 57 comments

    It really does appear to be almost untouched. I was expecting quite a few renovations. I thought this house would have a very formal interior that matched the exterior, however, it’s very comfortable and inviting. Not much of an asking price, considering what you’re getting both in terms of a grand house and expansive property. The southern location suits me fine. There need to be just a few more interior shots to drool over.

  4. mykeellis says: 10 comments

    is it just my bad eyes or is there smoke/fire damage blackness on the windows in the breakfast nook and the bathroom with the stray door leaning???

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9367 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Don’t think it’s smoke damage, it would be in more places than just the muntins.

    • Hoyt Clagwell says: 223 comments

      It shows up on nearly every picture with a window in it to varying degrees–it’s just some odd artifact of the camera/digital compression.

      It’s a very evocative house, inside and out. Would make a great film location.

      • Zann says: 518 comments

        I agree.This would be perfect for filming any number of things. That front lawn and steps…. gorgeous.

        Alabama has a lot of beautiful, rural stretches like this. The older I get, the more I appreciate how quiet and calm it is.

        I’m not a farmer, but it would be nice (and peaceful) to have this gorgeous place and make use of all that land around it.

        • Bethany otto says: 2344 comments
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          Escondido, CA

          It made me think immediately of the family home of Emma Stone’s character in The Help.

          • Lancaster JohnLancaster John says: 476 comments
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            1875 Victorian Farmhouse
            Lancaster, PA,

            Funny, I thought the same thing (if Emma Stone was the wild reject wife who lived out in the country)

    • LauraG says: 40 comments

      It looks to me like the dark finish is showing through those muntins in the windows, not fire damage. If you look at the next few pictures, you can see some dark spots on the french doors and from the side. Maybe they tried to start stripping the paint? Or just peeling perhaps. I agree with Kelly that there would be more damage than that if it were a fire.

  5. RosewaterRosewater says: 3990 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Love the little green lily shade fixture. WANT!

  6. MarthAllenaMarthAllena says: 88 comments
    1921 Craftsman
    St. Paul, MN

    There is a lot of lovely and fabulous here!

  7. Colleen J says: 1284 comments

    In the description says great opportunity to own and restore, so I was expecting it to be in rougher shape inside and lo and behold it’s beautiful. Wonderful house. 3 acres is just enough to say you live on an acreage 🙂

  8. Raven says: 10 comments

    We are looking for an old house near Huntsville- if only it was closer!

    • Zann says: 518 comments

      Huntsville is such a nice area, and there are a lot of lovely homes there. I’ve got my fingers crossed for you!!!

      • Raven says: 10 comments

        Thanks! My husband works for a company who is looking to open an office there. I’ve seen some real beauties in Athens and Decatur, but of course they go fast!

  9. KarenZ says: 795 comments
    OHD Supporter

    What a beautiful home! I am drooling over the pantry and the built ins shown! Such a great price,too. The only think that I can see that needs done is floor sanding.
    On another note, I am happily back to looking at the pics full size as I have finally caved and bought a new laptop! My iphone just didn’t show off these gorgeous homes as well as it could on a 2×4 screen!

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9367 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Yay, for you! 🙂 (After I typed this, I swear I meant it nicely and not snarkily! It’s always fun getting new electronics!)

  10. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 703 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.

    Dust it off it’s ready to go. Love it.

  11. kathy lee stokes-phillips says: 204 comments

    what date was it built?

  12. Claudia says: 13 comments

    From the exterior of this house, I did not expect this interior….and I LOVE IT. I’d have to leave all family and friends behind to live in Alabama–but wow, this house calls me. Got me doing all kinds of Googling!

  13. Jim Johnson says: 5 comments

    Fayette is a small town less than an hour from Tuscaloosa. At one time it was a great small town, but like much of rural America its suffering. The house is spectacular, its a pretty good place to live as long as you can stand being 45 minutes away from anything more upscale than WalMart. I’d love to own this house

  14. QueenBeeTN says: 1 comments
    2001 TN

    Wow, this is a really fantastic home with all the beautiful built- ins and great storage. It’s in really good condition given the age. I love it!

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