About This 1835 Greek Revival In Tuscaloosa Alabama
Breathtaking. The view from the front gate of the Dearing-Swaim Home is truly breathtaking. Completed in 1835, this historic Greek Revival mansion features 16 soaring Ionic columns supporting a breezy, three-sided portico. Beautiful front doors of beveled leaded glass open to a grand foyer with original heart pine floors throughout. Handmade brick walls, 17 inches thick, are covered in plaster and adorned with elegant, hard-carved crown molding. A gracefully curved staircase leads to a gorgeous stained glass window.
This one-of-a-kind property sits on 1.5 acres just blocks from the stadium, making it a great game-day getaway, event venue or gracious home. It is considered the finest example of Greek Revival architecture in the state of Alabama. By appointment only. Selling as-is.
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