1932 Tudor Revival in Utica, MS

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Added to OHD on 1/14/20   -   Last OHD Update: 9/10/20   -   3 Comments
Off Market / Archived

500 W Main St, Utica, MS 39175

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  • $89,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2255 Sq Ft
  • 7 Ac.
Custom built by the town Mayor in the early 1930's this combination French Tudor/English Countryside home with arches, side porch, stonework and a solid heavy magnificent front door! Elegant, yet rustic, warm and comfortable . Large family room w fireplace and especially large formal dining room indicative of the period it was built, sunroom on end of house to make the most of sunlight beaming through windows on 3 sides, overlooking the quaint front porch. Lined with pink crepe myrtles that will be in full bloom in a couple months. 3 large bedrooms, each w a mock fireplace encasing gas heaters, no need for central heat and air in this home, the heaters turned on for a short amount of time and turned back off keep it nice and toasty, window units in summer have sufficed for 87 years!!! Approximately 7 acres, with small fish pond, pecan trees and a shed attached to the detached garage for storage. Maybe the best part of this home is the HUMONGOUS attic, with ample head space, built as such in case a 2nd story should ever need to be installed. This is a beautiful home place occupied by the same family since the day it was built!!!! Of course you will need to update and put your own touches on it, so that's what we have it priced as we do! Come see! You'll love!
Contact Information
Teresa Jackson, Turn Key Properties
(601) 672-6808
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3 Comments on 1932 Tudor Revival in Utica, MS

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  1. MikeMike says: 375 comments
    1886 Queen Anne

    A very nice house, was it posted here before? Seems familiar…

  2. SouthwestlovesmommaSouthwestlovesmomma says: 107 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1958 Ranch
    Bartlett, IL

    I love the property. I could live with the kitchen except the tile countertops.


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