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AMAZING! “No Mistake Plantation” 106 acres. Main house, five cottages and a chapel. Circa, 1833. $1,950,000

June 29, 2018

Just so amazing!! “No Mistake Plantation” was built in 1833. Mr. James Dick fell in love with the beauty of the land. It was said how he could make no mistake by purchasing it. It was originally a cotton plantation in Satartia, Mississippi. In 2006 new owners also fell in love with the property and envisioned something different. They added five cottages and a catholic inspired chapel that seats 80 people. The main house is 6,000 square feet. A barn has been converted to a living space. Located on 106 acres. $1,950,000

From the Zillow listing:


Located on the edge of the Beautiful Mississippi Delta in Sataria is this 106 Acre +/- plantation known as No Mistake. Rich in history, the dream began in 1833 by Mr. James Dick when he fell in love with the beauty of this land and wrote home with desires to purchase. His family responded “you can make No Mistake buying such a property.” Over the years the property which was originally a cotton plantation has changed ownership. In 2006 the new owners fell in love with beauty and envisioned all the possibilities by adding 5 cottages and an Irish/ Catholic inspired Chapel. This allowed for No Mistake Plantation to function as a retreat center, wedding venue and residence for a number of years. The plantation has an abundance of mature hardwoods and is surrounded by the serenity of nature. Property features include a gorgeous 80+ seat hillside chapel constructed of stone, a charming 6000 sq ft farm house, a barn that has been converted to a rustic living space, 5 quaint custom built cottages all featuring pecan hardwood floors, spacious kitchens, a fireplace and private decks off the back. In addition it includes a home off the private Phoenix road access, a carriage house, a large modern barn with roll up doors and another barn home under construction.

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