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$225,000 3 acres
109 Ashby Circle, Eutaw, AL 35462 - Greene County

3 acres Eutaw, AL

Sipsey William B. Willis House (ca. 1835) ? 109 Ashby Circle ? In Historic Eutaw, AL Originally an L-shaped, one-story, Greek Revival clapboard house on high brick foundations, having two porticoes of the Doric order and fine architectural details both inside and out, the house was taken in two sections from a wooded area near Pleasant Ridge to its present site and has been carefully restored with the foundations re-built of handmade bricks following the original design. The house was enlarged around a courtyard at the rear. The house was originally built in 1835 and moved to its current location around 1979. An addition was added to include a kitchen and den area along with a large back deck (16? x 38?). The house has 3,064 sq. ft. of l
Jim Logan Mossy Oak Properties Logan Land Co. - Eutaw
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$140,000 3 acres
410 Prairie Ave., Eutaw, AL 35462 - Greene County

3 acres Eutaw, AL

This beautiful antebellum home built was built around 1900 and is located on a 3 acres +/- single lot in a good neighborhood in Eutaw, AL. This residential property would make a great family home with 4000 sq. ft. of space. It is within walking distance of banks, post office and shopping. There is a screen porch and a large wrap around porch on the side and back. There are 4-5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Call Heather for an appointment - (205) 372-7681.
Jim Logan Mossy Oak Properties Logan Land Co. - Eutaw
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$139,000 3 acres
310 Eatman Ave., Eutaw, AL 35462 - Greene County

3 acres Eutaw, AL

This raise-cottage style house was built by William F. Pierce, a lawyer and planter who was one of the earliest settlers in Eutaw. The main living area is on the second floor above a rez-de-chaussee, or full-house ground story, with walls 12 inches thick. The house is the typical four rooms over four with a wide center hall and double entrance doors. In 1879 John T. Brodnax acquired the home and incorporated many features of Gothic influence. An array of dependencies and a lattice well house remain on the property. This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Call Heather for an appointment ? (205) 372-7681. (Information obtained from Walking and Driving Guide to Historic Eutaw, Alabama) Keywords - residential, 3
Jim Logan Mossy Oak Properties Logan Land Co. - Eutaw