4240 sf (3300 heated) historic Kenimer-Telford house is the ultimate fixer upper and the ultimate southern charm. This historic house just off of the Cleveland Square is a jewel ready to be brought back to its original glory. With a two story exterior front porch, a rear porch and a beautiful and relatively flat yard, this could be a great place to call home. 8 huge rooms, 6 fireplaces, 2 kitchens, covered porches, two restrooms. Come take a look and dream about what an opportunity this could be to own and renovate a home originally constructed in 1870.
1921 Custom Built home and in the same family to this day ~ wow! Generations have enjoyed this magnificent home designed by noted Craftsman architect, Leila Ross Wilburn. High ceilings, some coffered, interior pocket french doors, hard wood floors, gorgeous wavy glass in the windows, 6 fireplaces with tile surround and so many more original features you will enjoy. The screened in porch is a reminiscent of a slower paced life when you spent time with family and friends talking about the events of the day. The level acreage was once a horse farm and the barn still stands. This historical masterpiece is a treasure and has been very well maintained.
The Joseph Fessenden House is one of the most extraordinary examples of the subtle blend of both the Georgian and Federal Colonial styles. Having undergone a complete and painstaking four year restoration from 1988 to 1992 under the meticulous eye of the current owner, the reverence for the property’s place in our State and Country’s architectural history, exhibited in the workmanship and simple beauty, is unmistakable. Period details including incredible millwork, 10 original working fireplaces with soapstone surrounds and fireboxes, a leaded fan-shaped transom window, shallow molded cornice dentilation, cornice moldings, interior window shutters, original paneling grace the entirety of the home’s interior. Two historic frame barns, transported and reconstructed on site, as well as extensive European style gardens laid out in symmetrical designs with perennial plantings and fountain combined with acres of flat, open agricultural land with long frontage on the White River.
Step back in time when you enter this restored and updated 1821 farmhouse on 3.15 acres surrounded by farm fields. This Federal period house has exceptional decorative details. Made of hand-hewn lumber with pegged joinery rather than nails. Sturdy construction that has withstood hurricanes and still has level floors. Authentically restored and updated in 2007: new standing-seam tin roof, heating, wiring and plumbing, septic system serving house and barn. Original paint, plaster and paneling. Chimneys restored; four working fireplaces, two with gas logs. Eight rooms with 3 bedrooms, one bath; front and back porches. Seven outbuildings include large workshop, exercise studio, garage/tractor barn, and storage building. Hooked to county water system; good broadband service available.
An Amazing opportunity awaits the next visionary to own this extraordinary historic home in the little town of Fairfield KY just 45 minutes from downtown Louisville! It sits on over 4.5 acres right off of Main St. Make this unique home your own or turn it into an income producing property by making it a Bed & Breakfast or an Airbnb. The owners claim that Henry McKenna and his family lived in this home once upon a time. Henry McKenna was one of Kentucky’s bourbon patriarchs! There are endless opportunities with a home that has this much character and charm! The home has 6 huge bedrooms and 3 baths! The seller has recently made some improvements by having all of the weathered wood planks replaced on the home, a new roof over the back patio of the outbuilding, and some concrete work on the, front steps. Now, it’s up to you to pick your own paint colors! Can you imagine what this home will look like when it has a fresh coat of paint on it? Where else can you find this much house, character, potential, sitting on this much acreage, for $164,500? That comes up just a little over $50.00 per square feet. Folks, you can’t build it nowhere near that! Call the listing agent to schedule a showing before it’s too late!
WITHIN AN HOUR’S DRIVE TO AUSTIN, TEMPLE, BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, 25 MINUTES TO TAYLOR, 45 MINUTES TO ROUND ROCK! Don’t miss out on this lovely remodeled turn of the century home with keeping a lot of the original charm. Home was added on to in past years. Original wood flooring throughout most, mostly original windows, paynes & inside doors and outside exept on add on portion of home. Large garden area with apple, pear and black berries. Seller will install central air and heating prior to closing.
Once in a lifetime does a property like this beautiful restored Historical home built in 1880 on 15 gorgeous fenced acres with mature trees, pines, gardens + spring fed pond & 2+ acre lake! Additionally 40×65’ Morton barn, 3 car garage w/workshop. The 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick Victorian Farm House w/4 porches has been loved and brought back to life w/all its grandure. Original pine floors, inoperable fireplaces, yet updated Electric & Plumbing and state of the art “Climate Master” Geo thermal HVAC systems! Floored attic could be finished + concrete floor in basement w/2 sump pumps which rarely run, since home is on higher ground. Brick & stone 2 Room Spring House w/deck overlooking the spring fed pond. Listed on U.S. National Register on Historical Places and awards from Montgomery County Historical Society. This Magnificant property is undiscribable and perfect for entertaining, but best of all, to call it your Home!
Unique opportunity to own a piece of history. Elegant historic home known as Boxwood Hall was built in 1822. Large home with extensive wrap around porch exudes Southern charm and sits on over an acre. Many features of the home are characteristic of the time period including the claw foot tub, three wood-burning fireplaces, and heart of pine floors. Home has been owned by the same family since 1971.
In his classic 1936 book “Listen for a Lonesome Drum” noted author Carl Carmer described this home as “the one house of beauty and dignity in the region”; This home and property have been lovingly maintained by the current owners since 1962; While the magnificent front columns and painted clapboard siding retain their classic charm, the geothermal heating & hot water system & totally upgraded mechanicals provide modern dependability; outside TV antenna gets Rochester & Buffalo; the 100 wooded acres are gently sloping with two miles of mowed trails throughout the property; the woods have not been logged during their ownership; two ponds; 1964 24’x36′ garage; owners moving to new housing under construction to be finished 12-2018; owners wish to sell now and remain in the home until 12-31-18