1854 Italianate – Hartsville, TN – $475,000

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Added to OHD on 8/10/18 - Last OHD Update: 8/10/18 - 17 Comments
9065 Highway 25 E, Hartsville, TN 37074

Map: Street

Price

$475,000

Beds

3

Baths

2

SqFt

5684

Acres

3

Historic Vinewood Plantation, very rare opportunity to own a piece of history! This home is on the national historic register and is as well built as you could ask for with features such as original heart pine floors, floating stair case, 13' ceilings, slate tile roof, and so much more. Very unique, very rare, don't let this chance go by!
Contact Details
Christopher Stewart, One Stop Realty
(615) 822-0750
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17 Comments on 1854 Italianate – Hartsville, TN – $475,000

  1. evelynwalkerevelynwalker says: 29 comments
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    What an exquisite house!

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  2. kdar says: 51 comments

    Very elegant, especially the foyer.

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  3. Cheryl kay says: 21 comments

    Beautiful house on a beautiful piece of property.

    8
  4. Sarah F.Sarah F. says: 23 comments
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    Elk Mound, WI

    Nobody does a staircase like an Italianate! I wouldn’t change a thing about this beauty, I even love the wallpapers.

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  5. RosewaterRosewater says: 3758 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    What a fantastic kitchen with all that space and light = man that’s fab. Very unusual stair form for an Italianate; and what a stunningly elegant form it is!

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    • Amy says: 49 comments

      I wonder if the mix of styles is because of the 20-odd years between the start and finish dates? Someone who knows more might be willing to tell us.

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      • respectthishouserespectthishouse says: 17 comments
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        sweet 50s ranch Nashville, TN

        Yes precisely. This is my family’s house. Typical for the south, started before the “War of Northern Aggression” and finished thereafter.

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  6. Lancaster JohnLancaster John says: 428 comments
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    1875 Victorian Farmhouse
    Lancaster, PA,

    Never seen mini-splits in a basement or crawl space like this. What a good idea (if it works). They are not attractive on the outside of historic homes, but are often the least invasive way to get a/c into an historic property.

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    • RosewaterRosewater says: 3758 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      Can’t imagine how they would (work) between the heat and the noise. My eyebrow sure raised when I saw them: even more so than the 36 kids and counting bits at the back. Heheheh. 😉

      • Robinjn says: 190 comments
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        1978 Split level
        Columbia, MO

        My mini split fan is soundless. The entire mini split is soundless. I love it.

  7. Sue P.Sue P. says: 21 comments

    Five bench swings under a pergola! What’s not to love about that?

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    • respectthishouserespectthishouse says: 17 comments
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      sweet 50s ranch Nashville, TN

      The pergolo is a VERY recent addition, of which I am dubious. But I hope the house gets an owner who loves it. My family retains rights to the surrounding farm, so we are watching xoxo.

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  8. jimtownjimtown says: 79 comments

    I never imagined I would like a fireplace in a kitchen, but I do like that one!

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  9. emmajoy says: 108 comments
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    This home is what they call Southern Comfort! It’s stunning ceiling to floor. I felt
    the hospitality just viewing the pictures. Oh, how I wish…

    1
  10. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 109 comments
    1980 board & batten modern

    JRespectthishouse,
    I am sorry you are having to give up such a wonderful and seemingly so well loved and cared for home. I am adding it to my favorites. the wallpapers, paint choices are lovely…not a fan of magenta, but ok, smile. The kitchen is wonderful.

  11. san says: 6 comments

    What is the other structure? Looks like a church? I assume it conveys?

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