I would want every single one of those amazing beds to stay! The Magnolia was built in 1845. It is located in Gainesville, Alabama. The home was lovingly restored by the current owners with the intention of using it as a bed and breakfast. They did a great job. The home features hardwood floors, crystal chandeliers, tall ceilings, crown molding, original mantels and double front doors. The owners added modern conveniences like HVAC. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms and 3,604 square feet. $275,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Own a stunning piece of Alabama history in Sumter County, The Magnolia. This beautiful antebellum classic 4 over 4 has been lovingly restored by the current owners who intended to use it as a bed and breakfast. All of their hard work can now be enjoyed by you as you bring your own updates and touches. Owners added modern conveniences such as central HVAC, but maintained many of the original details that make this home so special. Four fluted Ionic columns support the home’s three-bay portico with the middle two supporting a second floor balcony. Also known as The Mobley House, The Magnolia was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It is also a contributing property to the Gainesville Historic District.
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