Love the pocket doors and the front door! The Dunbar House was built in 1918. It is located on .86 acres in Grand Junction, Tennessee. The home was built by Frank Dunbar, one of the original families of Grand Junction. It has been called the Bird Dog Capital of the World and is home to the National Bird Dog Museum. The home features a large wrap around front porch, original hardwood floors, beautiful door and door surround, pocket doors, wainscoting and two staircases. Love a staircase in the kitchen! The home has a new roof and updated electric and plumbing. Four bedrooms and three bathrooms. $240,000
Contact Amy Patterson with Crye-Leike Realtors: 901-521-9736
From the Zillow listing:
Historical “Dunbar House” built by Frank Dunbar, one of the orig families of Grand Junction, during WW1, completed in 1918 high Arts & Crafts style. 4 BR/3 Full BA + Office, Complete historic renovation w/period paint, wallpaper, & lighting. Original fixtures throughout,NEW roof, UPGRADED Siemens electrical, & plumbing, original high plaster ceilings, pocket doors, reception hall, pine, oak, & tile floors. 2 porches, .86 acres.25×60 Workshop w/2 car gar. See documents for more! Selling AsIs.
Let them know you saw it on Old House Life!