Renovated 1914 Mediterranean Revival Sells for $643K in Montgomery, Alabama

Renovated 1914 Mediterranean Revival Sells for $643K in Montgomery, Alabama

SOLD | Built 1914 | 5,428 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 0.68 Acres
1490 South Perry Street, Montgomery, Alabama, United States, 36104

Designed and built by renowned architect Frank Lockwood in 1914 and renovated in 2001 by McAlpine Tankersley Architecture, this spectacular home has sold for $643,000 after hitting the market for $625,000 in Montgomery, Alabama. From interior to exterior, there is no detail overlooked in this meticulously maintained home. This four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home was also featured in the September 2005 issue of Veranda Magazine and noted for its functionality and design. The kitchen features granite countertops covering an exceptionally large island. Two Subzero refrigerators and a Lacanche stove make it rival the finest culinary kitchens. The living room features a beautiful imported Italian mantle, detailed crown moldings, and leather reliefs above the door frames. The extensive trim and crown moldings are highlighted by the embedded floor lighting. 

The sunroom features large windows that pour in natural light. The den features french doors, a fireplace, and a custom built-in humidor. The first floor also includes a guest bedroom with its own entrance and full bathroom attached. Upstairs is a luxurious master suite that includes an attached master bath with marble countertops, a stunning tub, and a zero-entry shower. There are also two additional bedrooms upstairs that each include an en-suite bathroom. Outside you will find beautifully landscaped grounds on an expansive corner lot providing all the privacy you will need. According to listing details, there is even a detached 2-car garage that has a fully outfitted apartment above that could be used for rental income. The property was on the market for $625,000 with Matthew Crane of RE/MAX. Photography and information found on the agent’s listing.





















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