Circa 1884 Paxton House Bed & Breakfast - SOLD

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Ben W. McCollum
cell 229-221-6680
office 229-226-2564
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Built in 1884 by Colonel J.W. Paxton of Wheeling, WV, the Paxton House was one of Thomasville’s early winter residence during the area’s famed Hotel Era. The home features classic Victorian styling, complete with turret, ornate gingerbread millwork and sweeping verandas. The Inn is the only AAA 4 diamond rated hotel in the area and has successfully operated for over 23 years. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located on two oversized lots in the heart of the Tockwotten Historic District. In addition to the main residence, the property also includes a carriage house, garden cottage, and an enclosed pool house. The interior space of the main residence is a testament to the masterful craftsmanship of the era. A tightly curved stairwell greets you upon entering the foyer. Thirteen-foot ceilings adorned with layered crown moldings contribute to the expansive feel of the home. Nine-foot doors, transoms and original windows distribute light throughout the interior of the house.  Offered at $959,000

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