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Don’t Miss the Chance of a Lifetime to Own This Historic Tennessee Landmark For Just $459,000!

Don’t miss the chance of a lifetime to own this historic Tennessee landmark! This late 1800s Queen Anne Victorian home has a prestigious historic Mulberry Avenue address. The beautiful estate is a short walk to the timeless downtown Fayetteville area and has been a landmark for more than 150 years with huge potential for restoration – the house and grounds are just begging to be returned to their former glory! Large ancient trees make up the 2-acre lot, along with many different species of wildflowers, as well as 100s of feet of stacked stone fences. Both sides of the property are bordered by significant historic homes on Estate-scale multi-acre lots. The rear of the grounds border 200+/- acres of natural woodlands (privately owned). Deer, foxes, a variety of songbirds, owls, and other wildlife frequent the property – often & easily spotted from the large back windows of the sunroom. Structure professionally measures 2,278 SF (first floor) 1,533 SF (second floor) & 1,272 SF (basement)

Listing Provided by:

Pattie Kosik 931-993-4772,

Amanda Howard Sothebys International Realty 256-799-9000

Property Information:

624 Mulberry Ave, Fayetteville, TN 37334

$459,000, 4 beds, 3 baths, 5,083 sq ft


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I lived in a big house in Illinois as a child. There were 9 marble fireplaces in the house. None of them could be salvaged.


Why are the fireplaces of these old historic homes always boarded up and an insert put in? Someone please answer. Thank you.

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The older houses had fireplaces to warm the rooms; without a fire going they produced drafts and unwanted critters (bats, squirrels, etc.) and did not have lined flues. Before the gas conversion fire logs hit the scene, it was easier to board them up.

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