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Must see this beautiful craftsman home with loads of potential. Just 10 miles from historic Madison, located on the Antebellum Trail, this farmhouse was built in 1891 and retains the rustic charm and well-built features of the original structure, with the modern conveniences of a remodel. Master bedroom on main floor, with en suite, fireplace, chandelier, and walk-in closet. Beautiful foyer with original heart pine floors, chandelier, and french doors. Sliding pocket doors, ceiling fans, chandeliers, and fireplaces sweep through the first floor. Great kitchen with double-oven stove, dishwasher, whole house water heater, renovated family room with views of the back yard, and library with fireplace, chandelier, built-in bookcases, and tons of character. 3 additional bedrooms upstairs, with one full bath, fireplace, and 5 attics, 3 of which are enormous with tons of storage space. Second full bath on main floor with huge shower and claw-foot tub. Other features include large linen closet, original heart pine floors and other hardwoods, a sweeping veranda with gorgeous views of holly bushes and pecan trees, with a porch swing and small pond, porches on three sides of the house, bonus room with attic space, a butler's pantry and built-in china cabinet, fenced in yard, 16 x 20' storage barn, about 2,000 feet of road frontage, and water rights to a creek on the back of the property. New roof, just two years old, and 400-foot well, with the option of public water/sewer, as well. Separate upstairs and downstairs air conditioning units. This home has loads of character! Sold as-is. Just waiting for your personalized touch with a remodel. Perfect home for someone who loves the character of an old home, surrounded by nature in a quiet, safe area, but close to a number of amenities. Situated on 32 lovely acres in the heart of Morgan County, an hour east of Atlanta, 2 miles off I-20, and 3 minutes to Hard Labor Creek State Park, there is a pecan orchard and other hard woods, a pine forest, and a serene meadow.