Historic House Listings

6,000 square feet and only $249,000! Circa 1880 in Mississippi.

March 25, 2021

This is quite a house for the asking price! And it’s a big one with 6,000 square feet! This home was built in 1880. It is located in Canton, Mississippi. The home features a large wrap around porch, a screened in porch, a balcony, hardwood floors, transom windows, solid wood doors, and tall ceilings. Tehre is a beautiful staircase, updated kitchen, and updated bathrooms. There is no mention of lot size, but it looks to be a decent size with live oak trees. Six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 6,001 square feet. $249,000

Contact Mark Metcalf with eXp Realty: 601-455-0101

From the Zillow listing:


Incredible New Price! Own the historic Mississippi Mansion as a residence or bed and breakfast! 3D Virtual Tour Available – Be sure to click on the virtual tour link. A treasure trove of features! Within walking distance of the historic Canton Square! Host to countless events and weddings, and no stranger to the movies. This 22 room mansion has been featured in more than half a dozen films. Originally built circa 1880 and enlarged circa 1910 to its present form, this incredible home recently went through a 24 month restoration and renovation that included all new kitchens, bathrooms and LED Lighting. The 100 year old wood floors have been restored to their original color and texture and the mansion features new pipes, fresh paint, exterior lighting and security cameras. The Mississippi Mansion features and incredible foyer, 2 kitchens (1 for each floor) with newer stainless steel appliances, 7 fire places, 7 bedrooms, LED Lighting, 2 dining rooms, a wraparound porch facing the street corner (one portion is screened in), a private rear stair entry for the 2nd floor, a balcony, a spacious backyard & room enough to sleep 22 people! The home also offers tons of storage and parking space. The Canton Square plays host to events throughout the year including the famous Canton Flea Market (May & October) and the annual Christmas Experience (Thanksgiving-New Year’s Day). For a little bit of history, the bedroom behind the dining room was the original kitchen. To the left of the foyer was the library and sun porch. The master bedroom was behind the library and included the present hall and bath. The center of the downstairs behind the foyer was a hall opening to the back porch.


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