This home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Cullen Homestead, built in 1820, a two story, four part stepped profile frame dwelling from the Federal period. There are still architectural features such as 9 over 6 windows, 6 over 6 windows and 4 over two windows (attic), with bullnose profiles. There is period woodwork including raised paneling, original mantles, and an arched ceiling in the dining room, and wide pine flooring in many rooms. The current owners have done some repair and renovation, but it is awaiting the buyer who will restore this beauty to its' original charm. Situated on Lawson Barnes Road in a private location, there are large pecan trees, black walnuts, boxwoods, two pomegrante bushes, and a large fig bush. The home was once two apartments, so there are two wells and two septic systems. Home is sold "as is" but is liveable as it is. Owners are occupants, so please make an appointment!
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