This sure seems like a fabulous price! What a grand looking home! Love the staircase! The Covington House was built in 1907. It is located on 7.79 acres in Hazlehurst, Mississippi. The home has a grand staircase, original hardwood floors, double leaf glazed doors with leaded glass transom and sidelights, beautiful original mantels and plenty of unpainted woodwork! This Colonial Revival was built for Robert L. Covington and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 5,376 square feet. $355,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Huge reduction in price!! Known as the “Robert L. (Lowery) Covington House” this beauty represents the most extravagant expression of Colonial Revival architecture in Hazlehurst, MS. This home has outstanding exterior and interior integrity and has a long history of family ownership. Take a walk back in history as you enter through the main entrance doorway which is filled with double-leaf glazed doors set within sidelights and a leaded glass transom. The main entrance doorway is echoed on the second-story level by a simplar doorway that provides access from the gallery roof to the second story hallway. Downstairs features an oversized L-shaped hallway, two parlors, formal dining room, oversized kitchen, pantry, laundry area, full bath and a sunroom. Upstairs features four bedrooms along with two full baths. Beautiful detailed fireplaces throughout the home – one which is detailed mahogany – remained untouched throughout the years. This home has been carefully maintained and loved since the early 1900’s. Beautiful wood detailed flooring can be found in several rooms. Just sit back and relax on the amazing front porch, sunroom or upstairs bonus room – which by the way overlooks the amazingly well kept lawn with adjoining acreage. So much can be found in this wonderful home. If only the walls could talk they would tell us of history of long ago. You will fall head over heals with this beautiful one of a kind historic home. You would actually feel as if you owned a piece of history. Call your agent for any details. Prequalification letter must be submitted before viewing. Rates are still significantly low.
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