1848 – Philadelphia, TN – $300,000

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Added to OHD on 1/29/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/3/19   -   5 Comments
6101 Sunnyside Rd, Philadelphia, TN 37846

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  • $300,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 2778 Sq Ft
  • 3.64 Ac.
History buff? Lady or Gentleman farmer? Step back through time to the pre-Civil War era to marvel at the construction of this wonderful home! Contemporary features meld with historic treasures. Stainless appliances and quartz counters combine with spacious rooms adorned with detailed molding. Tour the grounds formerly used for Tennessee Walkers and take in the vintage smoke house and out buildings. Truly an extraordinary opportunity for the buyer seeking a connection to a bygone era!Buyer responsibility to confirm all dimensions
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Lawrence Maynard, Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace
(865) 966-1111 / 865-567-2656
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5 Comments on 1848 – Philadelphia, TN – $300,000

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  1. AvatarSusan says: 89 comments

    Oh.my.word. This property just screams “understated gentility” to me! Beautiful spacious rooms with tons of natural light, that enclosed porch (perfect for entertaining or indoor playspace), the brick sidewalk and wall,and that magnificent staircase❤️. I even love the kitchen, with it’s apparent designated work stations. And how brilliant to have a mobile island. Then there’s the fireplace of dreams!
    And the grounds, with the brook and the bridge! Looks like the garage has plenty of room for guest quarters or studio/commercial space.
    I was prepared to like this house, but every picture just made it better and better, and now I am completely in love!
    Thank you for sharing this. My dreams will be filled with happy thoughts tonight (which may make the -60 windchill feel a little less bitter).

  2. AvatarDeniseLynn says: 239 comments

    I’ve said this before, but with a few alterations, and that front facade, I can create my own Barton Cottage. The property is beautiful. Maybe it’s the negative wind chills, but I’m imagining the grass over the bridge in full bloom with masses of daffodils.

  3. AvatarStacy says: 216 comments

    BEAUTIFUL, wouldn’t change a thing!

  4. JulieJulie says: 21 comments

    Aww. I grew up first in Philadelphia, then moved just north of there to a smidge larger town called Loudon as a teenager. I went to Philadelphia Elementary school, which housed kindergarten all the way through 8th grade with a grand total of about 600-700 students by the time I moved on to high school in 1994. I remember when the school got big enough (400 students) to have its own librarian.
    As a whole, Philadelphia is a quiet and peaceful little town that’s still got a lot of pre-civil war details and some nice older homes if you know where to look. One of the local civil war battles was actually fought on the land that the school sits on now, which I always thought was pretty cool growing up.

  5. AvatarT Dawn says: 4 comments

    Feels like home! Except that kitchen floor, thats gotta go, lol. Such potential though!

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