Historic Home

I had the privilege today of touring the historical home in Smyrna that I said last week was coming.  The Coleman House is just gorgeous if you’re into older homes.  Original hardwood throughout, doors with the windows above, huge front porch, and gigantic bedrooms complete with sitting areas.  If I could talk the husband into it, I’d be all over that house.  It would be perfect for a bed and breakfast or restaurant (if you could get zoning).

Listed at $254,500, it has 3,048 square feet, 5 big bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, an eat-in kitchen, plus a formal dining room.  Here are photos!

There is a fireplace in this room and the hardwood runs diagonal.  Also see the windows above the doors?

The dining room also features a fireplace with a built in cabinet above it. There’s a built-in butler’s pantry also to the right of the fireplace.

Hardwood under the stairs.  This is hard to describe, but once you reach the top of the stairs, there’s a landing to the sides and behind the staircase.  In addition, the home also has a small cellar (with inside stairs that lead you to it) – about 10×10’ish.  I’d love to know more about the history of the Coleman House.


3 Responses

  1. Wish wife would let us move.

  2. Randel & Ivy, If I could I would SOOOO be there. Instead I hope to sell it to a friend so I can come over and visit! haha.

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