$48K Price Drop
NOW $350,000 - Rare Opportunity! For the first time since 1991, you can own this historic landmark famed as the site of the Rathbone Elm, once America's largest elm tree. Today the stucco home offers stately rooms ideal for entertaining with 4216 SF of living space. Built in 1874 for William W. Rathbone on land once part of the land grant of William Rufus Putnam; after acquisition Rathbone managed a very large sweet potato farm now known as Marietta's Rathbone neighborhood. The home features sunlit rooms, porches, sunrooms, high ceilings with ornate plasterwork, and a three car garage. The first floor rooms are a library, living room open to a dining room, family room, 1.5 bathrooms, kitchen, office, breakfast nook, and garden room. Up the curving staircase are five bedrooms, all spacious with large closets, wide hallway, two full and a half bath. The basement consists of multiple room which have been used as a workshop, pantry, storage - so large that you'll get lost. The original brick exterior was covered with stucco to reflect the changing fashions. One of the first things you'll notice is how solidly built this vintage home is, from thick walls to a solid and dry foundation; main house roof is 7 years old. There is a side parking area plus a detached 3 car garage with electric power. The grounds have been professional landscaped and include a small formal garden with fountain. If you want a grand house that still feel like home, please call today to schedule your private tour.
Charlotte P Keim | BHHS Professional Realty
P: (740) 706-1245