Linda Karam ¦ Karam and Company LLC ¦ (225) 888-4777
About This 1835 McBrannon House In Jackson Louisiana
The Historical McBrannon House, Circa 1835, located on College Street in Historical Jackson, Louisiana. Grand entrance featuring Victorian staircase and lighting, wood flooring throughout, antique glass wooden windows, upstairs balcony. Appointed with 9+ ceiling heights, basement workshop. Formal Dining and Formal Library.
Sunroom allowing natural light in through windows original to Slaughter School. Kitchen with Breakfast Room, custom counter tops. Downstairs bedroom and bath, this home could easily have 5 bedrooms. Upstairs 2 bedrooms and 2 dressing rooms with shared full bath. Balcony access beautifully located among the trees canopy. Barn located at rear of property.
Unique personal home listed on the National Register of Historical Places can be yours! The McBrannon Home is located within walking distance to the original campus of Centenary College of Louisiana is located along College Street in Jackson, Louisiana. It is operated and preserved as a museum by the Louisiana Office of State Parks as the Centenary State Historic Site.
Also within walking distance are several historical churches, historical homes, Milbank Historical House Bed & Breakfast, Old Centenary Inn, restaurants, Town Hall, Investar Bank, and The Feliciana Store. Join us in this rural historical setting, beautiful forested rolling hills located 35 miles north of the capital city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Jackson is located on the western edge of East Feliciana Parish. The town’s western border is Thompson Creek, which is also the border with West Feliciana Parish. Louisiana Highway 10 passes through Jackson, leading east 12 miles (19 km) to Clinton and west 12 miles to St. Francisville overlooking the Mississippi River. Historical Jackson is located 35 miles to Baton Rouge and 115 miles to New Orleans.