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c. 1843 Greek Revival Estate
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||3,000|
- 1st Floor Bath
- Dining room
- Living room
- Driveway - Paved
- Pool - In Ground
- Wood floors
- 10-foot Ceilings
- Claw-foot Tub(s)
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True AntebellumThis is a true antebellum home, meaning built before the Civil War. It was actually built in 1843 and is hidden from the rest of the world on its twenty five acres, fifteen of which are wooded. This home comes complete with a 20 by 40 in-ground pool with a cabana and a separate changing room. It also has the original log cabin that the owners at the time lived in, while the home was being built and a four door barn, plus a potting shed. It is truly a step back in time!
She is a grand old lady and is absolutely beautiful with hardwood flooring (some original to the home) 10 foot ceilings and an actual root cellar under the house. She is in the Doric Greek Revival style with a portico on the side and has three bedroom, two baths (one with a clawfoot tub) and a den. The kitchen is to die for, out of six fireplaces, one is in the kitchen and is original to the home. The kitchen itself is very roomy and has an abundance of cabinets.
The land has over 20 pecan trees: apple, pear, peach and fig, it also has elderberry and various grape vines. Dogwoods, magnolias and roses bloom profusely. This home is one of a kind and is in a world of its own.
This home is located in a quaint friendly little town, but yet still close to shopping malls and larger cities. She is still as grand as ever, a true antebellum beauty, sprawling on twenty five level acres.
Chandeliers in dining room, entry hall and stained glass light in master bath, also living room do not remain. If I can not use them, where i will be moving, I will leave them.
Business opportunityTHIS HOME HAS APPRAISED FOR $482,000.
Cedar Hill would make a lovely wedding chapel or a bed & breakfast.
Archived in May, 2015