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Isabella Person Home

1009 Church Street Port Gibson on sale
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  • 6,693 sq ft
  • 5 beds
  • 7 baths

Listed on the National Register as the Person Home, Isabella Bed And Breakfast is located on Highway 61 between Vicksburg and Natchez, just off the Natchez Trace Parkway. Originally constructed in 1834 as a small one story dog- trot cottage, the property was updated to become a two-story residence in 1880. The James W. Person family purchased the home in 1908, where Isabella Person and four siblings were born and Isabella continued to live for the next 92 years. After her death, it quickly fell into a state of sad disrepair. It wasn’t until Phil and Bobbye Pinnix’s extensive restoration in 2010 that the Person Home again became a source of Southern pride. With its magnificent stained-glass windows and stately 1880 Queen Anne architecture, guests enjoy classical beauty and an array of modern amenities.


Rivesville Eye Catcher

2097 Mccurdysville Pike Rivesville on sale
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  • 1,222 sq ft
  • 3 beds
  • 1 baths

This 19th Century home may be part of history! Estimated to be built in 1830, just as Rivesville was becoming a town and before West Virginia was a state. The home is filled with history, charm, love, and is ready for new memories. Come discovery it


Shaker Brook Farm

155-157 Troy Road Marlboro on sale
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  • 6,000 sq ft
  • 9 beds
  • 5 baths

SHAKER BROOK FARM, a unique estate on 73.3 acres of gently rolling hills consisting of woods, crystal clear brook, wildlife pond, extensive gardens & sweeping lawns. In this charming rural setting you will experience a high level of gracious living & entertaining & unusual privacy. There are 3 exceptional & very different structures. The main house has been impeccable preserved & maintained. The 2 bdrm guest house, currently being used for a small home business. A glass enclosed breezeway connects the main house to the octagonal Shaker style building that once was a gallery & now serves at the LIV rm w/ fireplace & the master suite. The upper level balcony is an office. This property could be a wonderful destination for fundraising events, special parties or perhaps a B&B. And it would be


The John Hutchinson House

305 2nd Street NW Faribault on sale
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  • 5,177 sq ft
  • 6 beds
  • 8 baths

Sitting high on a lot amongst some of the oldest and most prestigious homes in Faribault is a lovely Queen Anne Victorian home that was built in 1892 for John Hutchinson, a prominent and successful businessman in the area. This “Painted Lady” features a unique three-story octagonal tower and an ornate porch which wraps around the front façade. Many of the original interior architectural elements survive such as pocket doors, gingerbread trim, inlaid hardwood floors, two elaborate fireplaces, and a beautiful decorative staircase (an amazing achievement for a home that at one time in its history was a boarding house and whose floorplan has been slightly altered over the years). The home was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1982 and is currently operating as the Historic Hutchinson House Bed and


The Donaldson Mansion

1712 Mount Curve Avenue Minneapolis on sale
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  • 12,195 sq ft
  • 7 beds
  • 9 baths

History of the Home   Built in 1906, this stunning home was designed for Lawrence Donaldson, who with his brother William, founded the Donaldson Department Store in Minneapolis. The architectural firm of Kees and Colburn was commissioned to design the family’s residence, known for a number of major works in Minneapolis including the Grain Exchange Building, Donaldson’s Office Building, and the Charles H. Harrington Mansion. They later designed the Loring Theater, the Ford Centre, and The Lowry, to name a few.   Constructed mainly of brick, the home is exquisitely detailed with a mixture of several design styles, the most prevalent being Arts & Crafts and Beaux Arts. Subtle design elements throughout the home, linked to Mr. Donaldson\’s Scottish heritage, feature the thistle. Probably the most identifiable symbol of all things Scottish, the flower can be found on


Vaux Hill Estate

1248 Pawlings Road Phoenixville on sale
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  • 8,951 sq ft
  • 7 beds
  • 10+ baths

The ‘Fatland Estate’ also known as ‘Vaux Hill’ is a spectacular and historic 15-acre property. The Estate, originally constructed in 1776, features the beautifully renovated, restored and expanded Greek Revival Mansion designed by renowned Philadelphia architect, John Haviland. The main mansion is +/-9,000 square feet with 7 bedroom suites, 4 full and 2 half baths, open living spaces, a real ‘pub’ in the fully finished basement, and a roof deck overlooking the entire county. The owners of this masterpiece have added unique and valuable details throughout the home making it even more special. The expansive room sizes of the main level, with windows the size of doors, overlook all the terraces which are perfect for peaceful everyday living and fabulous, elegant entertaining all over looking Valley Forge National Park and minutes from Valley Forge


Historic Bishopville Victorian

401 W. Church Street Bishopville on sale
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  • 3,006 sq ft
  • 4 beds
  • 2 baths

Victorian home located in Historical area of Bishopville, is in search of new owner to restore to original grandeur. Large deck overlooking the established yard with pecan & fruit trees, approximately 3000 sq. feet, entry foyer, wide spacious hallways, formal living and dining rooms, built-ins, 4 Bedroom, 1.5 baths, hardwood floors, fireplaces, ceiling fans, widows watch front view 2nd floor, front and side wrap around porches for family gatherings or relaxing


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