110 E Green Street, Marion, Alabama 36756$125,000
C. 1863, built as a law office with living space upstairs, it became the home of the Marion Standard newspaper until 1918 when it became the US Post Office. It was then purchased by Marshall Pope Grocery. The building even housed a one lane bowling alley for a short time. It served as a doctor's office from 1945-56. It became the law office of Mason and Davis, then the office of Thadeus Jones Davis. Dr. William Young used the building for his medical practice. In 2008 Jimbo Carr purchased the building and renovated it for the Marion Steak House. Frankie Oglesby purchased it and renamed the building the Swamp Fox Tavern. The dining room downstairs has exposed brick walls decorated with 100 year old heart pine and cedar, bar upstairs with smoking balcony, 4 bathrooms, & commercial kitchen. Located on the north side of the Court House Square, this building offers a beautiful space in downtown Marion. $125,000. Call Kay Beckett 3334-292-0319.
110 E Green Street, Marion, Alabama 36756
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