Unpainted woodwork! Seven acres in Alabama! Circa 1945. $180,000


ve all of the unpainted woodwork and that wrap around porch! The acreage is nice too. This home was built in 1945. It is located on 6.9 acres in Montgomery, Alabama. The home features a large wrap around front porch, hardwood floors, stone hearth, knotty pine and built-ins. There is a large workshop with office space on the property. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,693 square feet. $200,000 New price: $180,000

Contact Debra Robinson with LanMac Realty: 334-478-4190

From the Zillow listing:

Situated on 6.9 acres of partially wooded land, 7370 Narrow Lane Road offers the peacefulness of a country retreat, yet it’s close to town and all the modern conveniences you could need. The home has plenty of rustic charm and historic character, featuring a variety of distinctive features that make it truly one-of-a-kind. This property can be a perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. You get the cozy character of a traditional 1945 house with an expansive addition that was completed in 1986. Just imagine sitting on the large, front porch on a warm summer evening or curling up in front of the wood burning stove with custom floor to ceiling stonework on a cold winter night. It’s the perfect place to relax and enjoy nature’s beauty. Entertaining in the large great room is a breeze and the large walk-in pantry that could be any chefs dream. The owner’s suite is large with the adjoining dressing room that includes a vanity area. The main bathroom fulfills just about anyone’s desires with not only a stand-alone shower, but a jetted tub, bidet and claw foot tub. The property offers plenty of space for relaxation, recreation, and endless possibilities. Plus, with a large workshop and office space on the property, this home has something for everyone. Come see it today and imagine all the possibilities!et them know you saw it on Old House Life!

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