1938 Tudor Revival in Hattiesburg, MS – $239,500

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Added to OHD on 1/14/20   -   Last OHD Update: 1/14/20   -   6 Comments
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National Register

505 Court St, Hattiesburg, MS 39401

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  • $239,500
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3020 Sq Ft
  • 0.46 Ac.
Let the storybook come alive in this home, which is registered on the National Register of Historic Places. This Tudor style 1938 home is an architectural beauty! Hardwood floors throughout the downstairs living rooms & bedrooms, large kitchen with counter space for all chegs, 3 BR & 2 BA downstairs with remarkable flex space upstairs. Detached garage for covered parking or excellent storage. Located in the heart of Hattiesburg Historic Neighborhood Association, it's easy to be a part of the downtown community. There's always an activity: Crawfish Jam, Art Walk, Farmer's Market, Downtown BBQ Showdown, Christmas Luminary, Live at 5, etc. Or simply stroll from the house to downtown shops & restaurants. Convenient to USM, medical, & private schools, this home has it all!
Contact Information
Julie Burks, RE/MAX Real Estate Partners
(601) 296-2001
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6 Comments on 1938 Tudor Revival in Hattiesburg, MS – $239,500

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  1. OdieKOdieK says: 89 comments

    This is nice. I love a neighborhood with so many home styles and all looking so well cared for. This little house is aptly described as a fairy tale house, although it could use a bit more landscaping. A rush of color against that brick would be lovely. This house would show art and textiles very well against all that rich wood. The kitchen seems to be pretty much intact and would showcase pretty pottery or wooden bowls above the refrigerator. I can see a fabulous collection of colored glassware in greens and blues in the glass shelving. I do hope there is another staircase to access that wonderful upstairs area and would love to know what’s behind those doors! Easy access to shopping but not so close as it intrudes on your every day life. Sundays might be a challenge for parking with churches near by, but the off street parking takes care of that. All in all, nice cozy house.

  2. Beautiful!

  3. PeggyPeggy says: 6 comments
    Lancaster, NY

    Does anyone know what “chegs” are? Whatever they are there’s plenty of room for them in the kitchen but I’m so confused.

  4. beckybecky says: 119 comments
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    bass lake, CA

    Chegs are chefs. This is a beautiful home. I like those bathrooms too. I don’t care for tub enclosures though as they are a breeding ground for mildew because they trap moisture. It would look better IMO to have a pretty shower curtain, thus not marring the arch and tub. That being said, the bathrooms are in beautiful condition!

  5. KarenBKarenB says: 235 comments
    1885 KY farm center chimney cape style

    I have always liked a Tudor. Have 2 Tudor dollhouses! Since I can’t have every style, etc., I have compensated with dollhouses LOL! That being said, the street looks nice, well-maintained and family oriented. I love all the wood paneling and vaulted ceiling. The drawback for me would be the staircase if it is the only access to upstairs which it seems to be.


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