22-384 Listing Details

Property Details

Built about 1880, by a steamboat captain and Confederate veteran John T. Warner, this house is one of the few historic homes which retain most of its original ''Carpenter Gothic'' spindle work. According to local legend, the posts on the west porch came from one of Capt. Warner's steamboats because they resemble half of a miniature pilot's wheel. This home maintains much of it's original charm & materials but has the modern conveniences we've all grown accustomed to. There are 2 bedrooms and 1

Year Built: 1880
House Style: Historic
Subdivision: School Addition
Taxes: 1974
Sewer System: Sewer
Exterior: Wd Siding
Cooling: CE
Heat: Cntrl Gas
Fireplace: Gas Logs

Listed by: Chelsea Varnell - R.M. Weaver Real Estate (Chelsea Varnell, Broker)
Chelsea Varnell - Principal Broker
Listing Agent
Chelsea Varnell
Principal Broker