1854 Historic Snowdoun Home Asks $700K in Columbus, Mississippi

1854 Historic Snowdoun Home Asks $700K in Columbus, Mississippi

$700,000 | Built 1854 | 7,146 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 0.93 Acres
906 3rd Ave North, Columbus, Mississippi, United States, 39701
Built for James Whitfield, the Governor of Mississippi in 1854, Snowdoun is an impeccably maintained historic home that recently hit the market for $700,000 in Columbus, Mississippi. The property was previously on the market as much as $1.25 million in 2019. The rare Greek-cross floor plan offers four projecting pavilions with an octagonal center. Rising from the center is a striking two-storey, three-sided portico. The main floor features a grand foyer, parlour with a bar, library, rear breezeway with custom stained flooring, formal dining room, side breezeway, elevator, an expansive gourmet kitchen, a wine room, keeping room, breakfast room, master stateroom and a beautiful spiral staircase. On the second floor, you’ll find an octagonal great room, four staterooms, a rear breezeway, three bathrooms, access to the balcony and a spiral staircase to the third floor. The property also has a carriage house complete with a fireplace, a seating area, a bedroom and a bathroom. Snowdoun is on the market for $700,000 with Stephanie Arnett of Era Town & Campus Realty. Photography and information found on the agent’s listing.
























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