1894 Mansion In Ashford Alabama

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1894 Mansion In Ashford Alabama

1894 Mansion In Ashford Alabama

$400,000

SOLD

7511 E Us Highway 84, Ashford, Alabama, 36312

3 beds ¦ 4 baths ¦ 4,498 sqft ¦ 15 acres

Mansion

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Realtor Information:

Theron Fondren ¦ Theron Fondren Realty Group ¦ (334) 791-8415


About This 1894 Mansion In Ashford Alabama

This Historic 3 story home started its life as a hotel in 1894. In the early 1900’s it was converted to a home. Known as the McArthur house it was moved from Ashford AL to its present location in 1988.

Remodeled then and in the 2000’s. The columns weigh over 10,000 lbs each. This is a very well built home. 12’6″ ceilings on the first floor and 10′ ceilings on the second floor. The 3rd floor is currently unfinished. Some additional work is needed to bring this beautiful home over the finish line.

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4 Comments

  1. A Charmer for sure!! Love those columns! That porch in and of itself would be perfect for a summer ball or a concert on the lawn. Majestic Splendor!!

  2. It is boffo on the outside, but there are no really grand spaces I could see inside. The reception hall is not the large glittering spot I assumed it would be. Still, I hope someone loves it and buys it.

  3. Beautiful old home but with my having a degree in Preservation and another in interior Design I personally feel that they ruined the integrity of the historic nature by placing that obviously new and tasteless marble floor in the entry way. The original would have been hardwood flooring possibly Popular. It’s fine to change things in bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and basements but, the main floors of historic homes should be preserved in their original state (not saying you can’t refinish or replace worn out items with new ones as long as they match What is taken out).

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