1873 Italianate Federal Townhome Asks $795K in Mobile, Alabama

Photography by Bailey Chastang

Photography by Bailey Chastang

1873 Italianate Federal Townhome Asks $795K in Mobile, Alabama

$795,000 | Built 1873 | 6,594 Sq. Ft.| 3 Beds | 6 Baths | 0.20 Acres
253 State Street, Mobile, Alabama, United States, 36603
Located in the Downtown De Tonti Square Historic District, this 1873 Italianate Federal townhome recently hit the market for $795,000 in Mobile, Alabama. Listing details: Built in 1873, this Italianate Federal townhome with original decorative ironwork has been completely renovated in 2006 and has a great modern floor-plan for living as well as entertaining inside and out. Additionally, the property is zoned for B-1 business and could be used in that capacity as well. Per the seller, new 30 year roof June 2021, the plumbing, wiring , whole-home generator, gas log fireplaces, whole house sound system, and new HVAC units were added in 2006. Walk to Nova Espresso coffee shop, Iron Hand Brewery as well as just a few blocks from downtown’s Dauphin St and St. Louis Street along with the new Greer’s grocery store nearby. A grand walnut doorway ushers you inside to the 13 foot high ceilings and two double parlors and a large dining room with original moldings and marble mantles throughout. The original attached wing has had the back porches enclosed and features light-filled sitting areas with views of the RSA tower. The large 28 x 14 granite kitchen with GE Monogram appliances and a keeping room sitting area is designed to host parties! A large 14 x 9 butler’s pantry includes a 2nd dishwasher, wine cooler, and ice maker.
Photography by Bailey Chastang
A half bathroom for guests is off the library. At the downstairs back of the house there is an extra half bath leading to the orchid greenhouse. An office area and a sunroom with a gas log fireplace overlook a courtyard with a pergola and delightful fountain. Three bedrooms are upstairs but there is a 9 x 16 sitting room that could be a 4th bedroom if needed. All the bathrooms were each done in Egyptian marble tile and countertops. The master bedroom wing has a well-planned bath suite which has two separate side by side bathrooms for two. A jetted tub and enclosed closets, bidet water closet for one side joined by a large double shower to the other side which also includes an office area along with open closets. There is a second upstairs study that is 15 x 14. Outside in the front, overlooking a quiet residential portion of the street, there are double porches with soaring windows that open on both floors. An electric gate gives access to plenty of off-street parking on the left side of the house, which leads to the elegant courtyard area and would be a beautiful area for large parties. The property features historic and rare cast iron fencing and is also just around the corner from the Order of Myths’ parade staging area that is the last parade of Fat Tuesday of Mardi Gras. This beautiful home is on the market for $795,000 with Christy Gustin of Bellator Real Estate & Development. Photography by Bailey Chastang. Information found on the agent’s listing.

 

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