Completed in 1857 by Maj. Robt. Bailey Hurt, and part of the E. Main historic district, this Greek Revival home includes 2 lots equaling 1.17 acres, 12x20 storage building, copper gutters, vent-less fireplaces that can be converted to gas, ultra-violet light bacteria filtration system, shiplap walls, en suite bedrooms upstairs and down, granite hearths, new windows, new concrete front porch (2018), koi pond, recent foundation work (2015), plumbing & electrical updated in 2003. Upstairs bathroom has a new vanity, original cabinet, and a claw-foot tub re-glazed in 2016. Its light, fan and music can be controlled with WiFi. Neighborhood has been placed on the NATIONAL HISTORIC REGISTER. Great potential as B & B.
Pre-dating the Civil War, this is perhaps the oldest residence in Jackson. The entire East Main historic district is on the National Register of Historic Places and the homeowners maintain a tight-knit group that meets once a month. More information is available on this property and the East Main District. If interested, send me an email. email@example.com
Plumbing and electrical updated in 2003; foundation work in 2015; new concrete porch in 2018.
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