Historic 1908 Craftsman-Tudor Revival ‘The Coe House’ Lists for $1.15M in Birmingham, Alabama
$1,150,000 | Built 1908 | 4,356 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 0.39 Acres
1108 29th Street South, Birmingham, Alabama, 35205 United States
The Coe House, a meticulously preserved 1908 Craftsman-Tudor Revival masterpiece is a testament to the vision and craftsmanship of its creator, John Valentine Coe. Priced at $1.15 million, this captivating residence showcases a blend of historic charm and modern comforts, offering four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a wealth of preserved details that whisper stories of a bygone era. From the moment you ascend the grand staircase, admiring the original stained glass windows, you’ll be transported to a world of refined elegance and unrivaled beauty. Adding to the allure, an 800-square-foot detached cottage offers endless possibilities for additional living space or creative endeavors.
From the listing: Amazing home located in the historic Rhodes Park Historic District and registered on the National Register of Historic Places. Become a part of history in Highland Park! Situated one block off of historic Highland Ave, the Coe House, a Craftsman-Tudor style home, was built in 1908 by John Valentine Coe. The unique, irreplaceable woods throughout the home showcase spectacular architectural detail. You will be wowed the moment you enter the home by original stained glass in the formal living room and on the main staircase landing. Main level consists of the grand staircase, huge foyer, formal living room with grand piano, formal dining room, sunroom, butler’s pantry, kitchen with breakfast area, laundry/pantry, den/tv room, half bath/powder room. Upstairs is the master suite with full bath, coffee area, and enormous walk-in closet. Additionally, there are three bedrooms (one is currently used for an office) and two full baths. Detached 800 sq. ft. cottage is a revenue generator. The Coe House is on the market for $1.15 million withCoke Williams, Jr.ofLAH Sotheby’s International Realty.