304 W Green Street, Marion, Alabama$238,000
The Myatt-Hancock House: Built in 1845 by brothers Mark Alvis Myatt and John Myatt, the Myatt-Hancock House was the residence of Mark Myatt, his wife, Julia Bondurant, and their children. Mark Myatt was a descendant of the founders of England's Myatt China Company and was a member of the first Board of Trustees at the Marion Female Seminary. The buildings of which are still located behind the Myatt-Hancock House today. The Myatt brothers were also successful merchants and had a dry goods store in Marion from the mid-1830s through the 1850s. The home has a wrap-around porch, front and back balconies, high ceilings, 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, double parlors, a formal dining room with 8-foot folding doors and bay windows, and the original kitchen was later joined to the house to form a breakfast nook. All appliances and an extra side lot are included. The front of the property features large, twin Magnolia trees and there are numerous established azalias and camellias throughout.
Property Type Residential
304 W Green Street, Marion, Alabama
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