Sipsey William B. Willis House (ca. 1835) ? 109 Ashby Circle ? In Historic Eutaw, AL
Originally an L-shaped, one-story, Greek Revival clapboard house on high brick foundations, having two porticoes of the Doric order and fine architectural details both inside and out, the house was taken in two sections from a wooded area near Pleasant Ridge to its present site and has been carefully restored with the foundations re-built of handmade bricks following the original design. The house was enlarged around a courtyard at the rear.
The house was originally built in 1835 and moved to its current location around 1979. An addition was added to include a kitchen and den area along with a large back deck (16? x 38?). The house has 3,064 sq. ft. of living area including a foyer, one bedroom with full bath upstairs, along with living room dining room, kitchen, den area and another full bathroom. The high brick foundation was converted into additional living areas, containing 3 bedrooms, two full baths and a laundry area.
The small detached apartment studio has 640 sq. ft. with a full bath and kitchen. This structure was built in 1997 and has a unique style.
If you would like to make an appointment to view this home, call Heather Logan at (205) 372-7681
Key words: residential, 3 acre property, 3064 Sq. Ft. house built in 1853, 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, resides in the Kirkwood Drive neighborhood, Greene County school district, zoned for Residential, Eutaw, AL 35462, outbuilding, Studio Appartment, road frontage
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