1300 Avenue P is a rare property located in the sought after Avenues of Huntsville. While this home previously maintained a residency of a single family home, as times have changed, this home could now be considered as a single family home or a commercial building. This property is truly a One Of A Kind and has so much history inside the grand walls.
When touring this property, the first thing you will see are the large, well established Magnolia Trees. These trees were planted in 1933 by the late Thomas H Ball. There was a home built on this property site by Mr. Ball in 1933, which burned to the ground. If trees could talk, I wonder the stories they could tell us. The home was built by O.A. & Edith Willhoite in 1938 with an inspiration of a home located at 1416 Newfield Lane in Austin, Tx that was made of beautiful stone and rock. The stones used to shape the exterior of the home were hand selected in West Texas by a stonemason . To truly know the history this home has here in Huntsville, prospects should know the plans for construction are dated June 3, 1938 and Kate Barr Ross himself, approved the building permit!
Besides the home being grand inside and out, the land the home sits on boasts over half of an acre. Over half of an acre of potential commercial property! There is room to build a pool should one desire, or perhaps add additional parking to suit a business, or develop more space. Additionally, the space above the garage contains an apartment ideally suited for income growth. This home is available for sale at an appraised value of $240,000. This home is full of imagination and rock solid bones to build upon and bring back to life. Come see and feel the history on this property and inside the walls.
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