The Barkley House looks like a diamond in the rough to me! Love the greenhouse and various outbuildings! The Barkley House was built in the late 1800’s. It is located on .87 acres in Greeneville, Tennessee. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, crown moulding, wide baseboards, fretwork, original mantels, wainscoting, chair rails and a pretty kitchen door. There are multiple outbuildings on the property. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,727 square feet. $190,000
Contact Kimberly Dykes with Town and Country Realty – Downtown: 423-335-5825
From the Zillow listing:
Back on the market, No fault of the sellers.Victorian Masterpiece! ”The Barkley House”, built in the 1800’s features a cozy wrap-around porch with swing, bay windows, and the original embossed tin roof. The main level has a formal living room with a fabric upholstered ceiling, beautiful crown molding, trim & wainscoting, an ornate mantle and fireplace. Shiplap ceiling, bay window, newer bamboo floors and a fireplace complete the dining room. There is a bedroom/study off the dining room. The back wing has a large kitchen and gathering room with fireplace, full bath, mudroom, & pantry with washer hookup. The second floor consists of a balcony, 3 large bedrooms and a full bath with the original shiplap ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. The winding stairs to the 3rd floor offers endless possibilities. Renovate it into bedrooms, playroom, home office or storage. The house is currently powered by solar panels which can be changed to electricity, if preferred. Outside is a solar powered garage, rabbit pens and chicken coup that are also ventilated and have running water close for watering animals and plants. The covered patio is the perfect location to relax and sample the many varieties of fruits growing in the garden. With some TLC this home could be a work of art. All information was taken from seller/courthouse records/State of Tennessee Real Estate Assessment Data. Buyers/Buyer’s agent is responsible to verify all information.No commission to be paid on Seller’s concessions.
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