The property owners are seeking the right buyer who has an appreciation for the past, as well as an under-standing of the craftsmanship it will require to renovate this beautiful residence without losing its historical architectural design. The house has been modernized very little up to the present day. Several ceilings in the back of the house have been lowered to maximize its heating and cooling, but the majority of the home is still in its original condition. The cellar is still accessible and could easily be converted into a wine cellar or perhaps revert to its original purpose of storing the familys provisions during the cold winter months. My father mentioned numerous times the links of sausage, salted meats, and canned goods contained in this room. He truly cherished the memories of his grandmother and her home, and of his returning from the war to live in this home with his young wife and growing family. If entertaining is something that you and your family enjoy, then this dwelling will give you plenty of op-tions. The front room, with its impressive bay window could be the focal point for a variety of functions and gatherings. If commuting is an issue, the community of Ebenezer is only seven miles from Interstate 55, thirty minutes from Canton, and within fifty minutes of the metro-Jackson area. Consider the possibilities for this home. The residence is situated on eighteen acres where a variety of animals could be pastured and delicious fruits and vegetables could be grown. What a privilege it would be to restore this charming, historic home and make it the talk of the town.
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