A Fabulous Traditional House

October 2, 2015

18  comments

IMG_6648Fairhope has quite a range of different house styles, small bungalows downtown, ranch houses and coastal cottages along the bay. But if you keep driving a bit farther out of town, you’ll find yourself on relaxing tree lined roads surrounded by soft rolling hills where the privacy and peaceful scenery are all yours.

 

226793_1Welcome to the most gorgeous traditional home in our area, and if you think this is beautiful, just wait until you see inside.

 

226793_35Sitting on 12.3 fenced acres, this 5,300+ square foot home was built with the highest level of craftsmanship in every detail. It’s truly one of the premier residences in Fairhope.

 

226793_34Antique heart pine floors, handmade bricks and coffered ceilings give that perfect mix of formality and casualness where you and your family would be totally relaxed.

 

226793_7Do you think you could manage to pull yourself off one of the two large porches to whip up a meal in this amazing kitchen? Anything would taste good in here!

 

226793_28And I actually think I could learn to love doing laundry in this multipurpose room.

 

226793_14The view from the master bedroom overlooks the beautiful green rolling landscape.

 

226793_17And I think you’ll agree, this custom closet rivals any outdoor landscape you could find. I think I’d actually pull up a chair and just stare at all that glorious storage!

 

226793_18I could write some mighty fine articles from this desk . . . or wait, would I want to use the other office?

 

226793_27This office is cozier and closer to the family action.

226793_9The butler’s pantry and wet bar area leads into the dining room, which by the way. . . I love having a dedicated dining room. I think the trend is to ditch this room and make everyone have formal dinners in the kitchen. What’s that? No more formal dinners? What is the world coming to?

 

226793_5And I think this is a different dining area. The rugs are different. Mercy daisy, I’m officially lost.

 

226793_10Here’s the cozy breakfast nook. Mmm. Grits never tasted so good!

 

226793_16The master bathroom is not only beautiful, but the storage is wonderful. No more towels shoved in the back of the cabinet!


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The back porch is just as pretty as the front, with plenty of room for romping in the green grass. You do like to romp, don’t you? Because if you do . . .

 

226793_38-2this will be your view.  Ahhh. Perfect.

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The listing price on this home and land is $1,668,500. 

For more details on this home or to schedule a tour, contact my friend Sondra Blackwell.

You can call Sondra at: 251-455-1172.

To see more beautiful homes of all sizes and styles offered by Blackwell Realty, Inc., click HERE.

 

Linking up with: Coastal Charm

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  1. Leslie Anne,
    that home is AMAZING! I’d never want to leave if I lived there! The heart pine floors, the kitchen and that master bath…….could you want anything more!
    Rebecca

  2. Wow, what a house! Are you sure it’s only 5,000 sq.ft.? It looks much larger. The laundry room and offices are my favorite spaces. Does that make me a Domestic Goddess?!

  3. The house looks like it is all of those nice things you said and then some. Stunningly beautiful yet livable.

    1. Yes, the laundry room is lovely, until you add the laundry! But it’s so roomy and bright it would make the most gigantic pile of boy clothes not quite as bad as before!

  4. Hi Little Bitty Pretty One! Oh, my goodness! What a place. I can’t imagine living there but it would be a dream! If I lived there I would definitely have to have someone cook my grits for me! 🙂 Thanks for popping in and hope you’ve had a nice weekend.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

    1. I love a house that has plenty of parking, just in case I decide to throw a spur of the moment soiree’!

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