This stunning Georgian home was constructed in 1925 and designed by famed Alabama architect, Frank Lockwood. Governor John Patterson became the second owner. The home and grounds were extensively restored and modified between the mid-1980s and 1990s by Porter and Mary McCollister, who were an outstanding contractor/interior decorator team. The spacious 4,700+ square foot home offers grand central foyer and staircase, formal living and dining rooms, two sunrooms, sleeping porch, bay windowed breakfast nook with built-in half-circle banquette, china closet, Powder Room and a rear staircase off the kitchen. The upper level offers 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and extensive closet and storage spaces. A few of the many custom features include extensive ornate plaster crown and wall moldings in the Living and Dining Rooms, Foyer and Stairwell, custom decorative radiator covers, operating pocket doors, hand-painted mural off the kitchen, custom built vanities and 24K gold fixtures in the bathrooms, leaded glass bay window in the Morning Room and a delightful Master Suite retreat. Outside on the 1.3 acre corner lot with its extensive ornamental wrought iron works in the fence, gates, screen doors, arches, railings, and wishing well, several patio areas, gold fish ponds, statuettes, rose garden, 4 car garage and green spaces perfect for intimate family or grand formal occasions. For more details, call/text, Mickey Griffin, 334-462-4446, Aronov Realty Brokerage, Inc.
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