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Historic House Listings

“Cheltenham Park Hall”, Circa 1885. Has a guest house! Located on one acre in Selma, Alabama. $359,000

September 13, 2019

“Cheltenham Park Hall” was built in 1885. It is located on .94 acres in Selma, Alabama. The property has pecan trees and live oaks draped in moss. There are original hardwood floors inlaid with walnut and mahogany. The home has pocket doors and a sauna. There is a guest house on the property. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 5,730 square feet. $359,000

From the Zillow listing:

 

This House is a Victorian Italianate in design and retains its original features. Commonly know as “Cheltenham Park Hall” Sitting on close to an acre, the house is surrounded by pecan trees and live oak trees draped in Spanish Moss. The amenities include: 12-14ft ceilings, Spacious rooms, wood floors inlaid with walnut and mahogany, large oak pocket doors, a 6×4 sauna, 4-5 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a guest kitchenette on the second floor, exposed beams in the dining room, iron fence around perimeter of the property, a 400 +/- square foot guest house that includes a shower, a large barn, large attic space, and a large front porch. This property is nestled in the historical district in downtown Selma. Call Mandy Henry for more information and an appointment.

 

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