What’s not to love about this French Country Home For Sale in Midtown Mobile?
Traveling east down Old Shell Road in Midtown Mobile, pass St. Mary’s Catholic Church and discover one of Mobile’s original historic homes, 61 N. Ann Street, established in 1890. In this pedestrian-friendly location, cyclists and exercise enthusiasts frequent the 2-lane roadways and sidewalks of this charming neighborhood that’s rich with memories and tales of Mobile’s early days. Positioned within walking distance of Dauphin Street, highly-accredited schools, local businesses and the Red or White Wine Center, this home highlights one of Mobile’s prime real estate locations.
A pristinely manicured lawn and adorning landscape ornamentals artistically frame the home’s exterior. This lush foliage compliments the patterned wrought iron railing and posts that invite passersby to admire its elegant portico and entrance. The outdoor enchantment continues beyond the street’s view into a private courtyard, professionally designed with meandering walkways, a fountain and fertile fruit trees. The programmable irrigation system ensures the survival of all this home’s outdoor greenery.
As you cross the threshold of the home’s main entrance, the exquisite architecture and historic craftsmanship will captivate the eye of anyone with a refined taste for meticulous design. Basking in the natural light of the front parlor’s oversized windows, visitors will transcend time as they imagine the conversations of prominent local figures and Mobile socialites that once filled its rooms. Original hardwood flooring, handcrafted crown molding and original ceiling medallions visually delight guests and contemporary improvements to the main components of this time-tested estate ensure its new home owners are making a sound investment. The current sellers spared no expense in properly updating the plumbing, electric, insulation, roof, paint and countless interior aesthetics that elegantly compliment the character and era of its original design. An added perk of this unique estate is tucked behind the primary residence where two income-producing carriage homes sit. The new owner may continue exploring the potential of this rental opportunity or reserve their use for private guests and family visits!