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1004 N Fillmore Street


Corinth MS (MLS # 19-337)


  • $244,900
  • MLS: 19-337
  • Single Family
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Size: 3,173 Sq Ft.
  • Lot Size: 0 Acres
  • Year Built: 1879
  • School District: Corinth

        LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION..!!! The best thingabout this home besides it’s charm and history is it’s proximity to local shopping, restaurants, the library, medical, etc… It has great walkability to downtown Corinth… Also this home is situated between 2 nearby churches so you can hear their church bells chiming every hour on the hour as well as often playing gospel songs…

        You can also hear the distant train whistles as the trains are coming through Downtown Corinth… Watch all of the parades and races such as the Coca Cola 10K from the comfort of
        your front porch as they come thru downtown since this home sits directly on the parade and race routes… Enjoy the honor of owning a piece of architectural history with this home’s provenance in The Historic Downtown District of Corinth, MS… PRICED TOSELL..!!! Owner is relocating… Don’t miss out on one of the most beloved homes in Corinth since this easily recognizable home was once The Hammond House, a women’s high end fashion boutique from the late 70’s to the late 90’s..!!! Zoned for residential OR commercial..!!! A MUST SEE..!!! MOTIVATED SELLER..!!! By appointment only… Call Robert to preview at 662-415-7000

        “Boone Home,” a lovely French 2nd Empire home built
        in 1877 (however tax documents say 1857) and largely restored and updated by the current owner/former Ethan Allen Designer, is located in the Historic District of downtown Corinth, MS… This 3 bedroom (1 down/2 up), 3.5 bath home (1.5 down/2 up), is one of
        the few remaining French 2nd Empire homes in Mississippi and the only “Painted Lady” in Corinth… It was painted with new historic paint colors inside and out by a man who used to paint Painted Ladies in San Francisco and Seattle… It also has painted ceilings
        throughout; original hardwood floors throughout, most being 1 1/2″; fabulous Stanton leopard carpet in the Downstairs Master Bedroom; original antique handblown glass windows; 11 ft ceilings; 3 gas fireplaces with beautiful antique mantels (including 1 in
        the Upstairs Master Bedroom, 1 in the Library, and 1 in the Living Room with either original subway tile or brick hearths; 2 electric fireplaces do not convey); 2 antique ball and claw foot tubs; new granite/sinks/faucets/toilets in bathrooms (bathroom mirrors
        do not convey); beautiful brick floors in the Kitchen, the Keeping Room & the Butler’s Pantry; large Veranda; new tongue and groove flooring on Front Porch and Veranda; newly refinished hardwood floors upstairs; new period style design elements throughout
        including new tile floors in bathrooms; new flocked wallpaper in Foyer Bath; new ceiling medallions in every room; plantation shutters (other window treatments do not convey); new lighting in every room inside and out including both period style and vintage
        crystal chandeliers throughout, 4 1800’s Moravian Star lights, a new Ernest Hemingway vintage style ceiling fan in Living Room and a new Tiffany light in the Kitchen, (The monkey light in downstairs Master Bedroom and the Isamu Noguchi Akari Paper Lantern
        in Upstairs Master Bathroom do not convey); and much more… The current owner has converted the Upstairs 3rd Bedroom into a spacious Dressing Room for the Upstairs Master Bedroom turning the entire 2nd floor into one large Master Suite… Lovely as is or
        pick up where the current owner left off with plenty of projects still available for you to put your own stamp on this beautiful home if you would like to… Boone Home sits on a large corner lot in a prime location… It sits across the street from the Library
        on Fillmore St and across the street from The General’s Quarters Bed and Breakfast on Linden and is surrounded by beautiful, historic homes in every direction… A unique fact about this home is that it was designed by James T Calendar for Judge Jordan Boone,
        cousin to American frontiersman, Daniel Boone… Judge Boone used the Library as his law office for some period of time… Judge Boone’s grandfather, Reuben Boone, settled in Tishomingo County in 1834… The city of nearby Booneville, MS was named after Judge
        Boone’s uncle, Francis Boone; though many say the town was named after Judge Boone’s grandfather, Reuben Boone… This home has even been published in a book by Sherry Pace titled “Victorian Houses of Mississippi”… Favorite rooms: Library, Kitchen space,
        Conservatory (Sunroom)…


        Agent(s) for this listing

        Robert Williams

        Principle Broker
        Office: (662) 286-2255
        Mobile: (662) 415-7000
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