Living Estate Auction
Own a Piece of History
This historic home was built in 1903 and has 3,093 sq ft. It has had the same owner since the 1970's. Inside features an upstairs with 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath and a large flex room. Downstairs has 2 separate sitting rooms, 1 bedroom off of the dining room, a large kitchen, 1 full bath, and a screened-in back patio and front porch. There are many classic features including a fruit cellar, hardwood floors, pocket doors, tiled bathrooms, and 2 fireplaces. All of this sitting on a large lot downtown with mature landscaping and a 23' x 22' art studio with electricity.
A little history of the home. This home was built the year the Wright Brothers flew the first airplane (1903). It was one of two homes in the meadow that would become part of what is now downtown Murfreesboro. The other home was the Crichlow home located on the corner of Spring St. and Bell. The Crichlow home is older (built in the 1850s) but those were the only two homes at that time. During World War II, this home was used to house male MTSU students. Prior to the current owner, it was owned by a local ice cream shop proprietor. The current owner is a retired local artist and her late husband was a professor at MTSU.
Not in the historic district.
PREVIEW: Sunday, Oct. 30th, 2:00-3:00 PM
KIRK BUGG Lic #2305
615-207-5361 E-mail Kirk
TARA BUGG Lic #7238
615-426-2059 E-mail Tara
REFERRED BY: JOE DeSARLA
SPECIAL NOTE: Homes built prior to 1978 are subject to have lead-base paint. In accordance with federal law, all potential buyers will be allowed 10 days prior to sale to have the home inspected at their expense.
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