Historic 1858 Carlisle-Martin House For Sale in Marion, Alabama
$1,050,000 | Built 1858 | 7,959 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 19 Acres
279 W Highway 14, Marion, AL 36756
Constructed in 1858 for Edward Kenworthy-Carlisle, the Carlisle-Martin House has been reduced to $1,050,000 in Marion, Alabama. Listing details: Own a piece of Alabama’s history! Kenworthy Hall, aka Carlisle-Martin House is located on Hwy 14 just west of Marion AL. Built in 1858 for Edward Kenworthy-Carlisle, the house is one of the best-preserved examples of Italian Villa-style architecture. The house was added as a National Historic Landmark in 2004. Constructed to allow maximum comfort with cross halls to provide much-needed cooling breezes for summer days. The original kitchen was built behind the house and connected by a crosswalk. The house is a brick structure including all interior walls roughly 16″ thick, 3 separate stairways, 3 wide halls, 7 major rooms down, 6 major rooms on the 2nd floor, floored attic, and both 3rd and 4th-floor tower rooms. Vaiden airport nearby. There isn’t enough space here to describe this one-of-a-kind property that is also a functioning Arabian horse farm…must see to be believed. The property is also featured in Kathryn Tucker Windham’s 1969 Children’s Book, “Thirteen Alabama Ghosts and Jeffery”. This historic home is on the market for $1,050,000 million with Zoe Langner of Keller Williams – Vestavia. Photography by RKO Media Group.
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