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$ 450,000

c. 1843 Greek Revival

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Coldwell Banker Commercial Eberhardt & Barry

Thomas Rhdoes

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Mobile: 706 615-5233
Fax: 4787461362

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Frederick-Wade Home Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

POTENTIAL
USE: Bed & Breakfast, Equestrian Bed & Breakfast, Event Venue, Restaurant

BUILDING
INFORMATION: 5,022± SF Two Story Antebellum Home featuring historical preservation and modern amenities.
Four (4) bedrooms Five (5) baths
Family room Breakfast room
Upscale kitchen Laundry room
Three (3) parlors Large dining room
Six (6) fireplaces Wet bar
Security System Built-in bookcases
Three (3) car detached garage with workshop
One bath
Gazebo
24 X 48 gunite swimming pool
900± SF Guest House
Three (3) bedroom
One and half bath
Complete kitchen
Tractor barn
ACREAGE: 6.14 Acres
YEAR BUILT: Circa 1843, renovated/remodeled in 1990-2006
ROOF: Copper clad metal roof replaced in 1990
FLOORING: Pine, carpet, tile
WINDOWS/DOORS: Stained glass windows and doors.
Storm windows
HVAC: Central air conditioning (four zones)
Gas heat
LIGHTING: Variety of fixtures
PARKING: Three (3) car detached garage and parking pad.
UTILITIES: All utilities serve the site.
TAX BILL: $4,693 (Est.)
ZONING: Class R4 residential. No county zoning.

History

This important house was once the center of the community. Daniel Frederick moved to the area in 1832 from Orangeburg, South Carolina, and built this home as the focal point of a 1400-acre cotton plantation.

In the 1850s, he sold off lots from the plantation that would become the nucleus of Marshallville.

In 1928, Dr. John Daniel Wade purchased the home and moved it closer to town, where it stands today. When inherited by his son, Dr. John Donald Wade, the property was formally landscaped with Crepe Myrtles, Camellias, and an extensive arboretum.

The second Dr. Wade was active in the Southern literary renaissance of the 1920s and 1930s, as well.

The property is still beautifully maintained. It was documented by the Historic American Buildings Survey in the mid-1930s, from which the image below, in the public domain, was retrieved. 

HABS GA-146. Courtesy Library of Congress.

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Listing No. 28554

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