Mooresville Beauty Chosen as H&L Cover Home

One of our distinguished historic listings just made the cover of Homes & Land of Huntsville–the beautiful Zeitler-Hill-McLain Home in Historic Mooresville. We are delighted to see this wonderful home in one of Alabama’s most picturesque towns receive this recognition. 

The Zeitler-Hill-McLain home in North Alabama's Historic Mooresville

The beautiful Zeitler-Hill-McLain home, one of our historic home listings, is featured on the cover of Homes & Land of Huntsville.

For more information on this home, please see the listing page or contact Richard Van Valkenburgh at 256-651-4593 or richard@HistoricAndFineHomes.com. And for more information on Huntsville real estate, historic homes, and other fine properties in Madison County and North Alabama, follow Van Valkenburgh and Wilkinson on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter.

 

Antebellum Homes for Sale in Alabama

News website AL.com recently featured “8 Antebellum Homes You Can Own Right now in Alabama,” two of which our company has listed: Wildwood and Quietdale.  We are always excited to share our expertise in historic and fine homes to help ensure the ongoing stewardship of our many historic gems in Huntsville, Madison County, and North Alabama. And we are happy to see some of these wonderful homes in the spotlight.

Image of living room at Quietdale.

Beautiful Quietdale is one of the 8 antebellum homes for sale recently featured on AL.com

For more information on Huntsville real estate, historic homes and other fine properties in Madison County and North Alabama, follow Van Valkenburgh and Wilkinson on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter.

Open House: Old Town Gem on Dallas Street

Open Sunday 5/22/2016 from 2-4:  209 Dallas Street.  Come out and see this 1916 Old Town gem on Sunday. With the charm of a bygone era but the closet space and amenities of a modern house, this 3BR/2BA cottage is not to be missed!

204 Dallas St.

Inviting front view features a spacious front porch with ceiling fans and a charming picket fence.

Old Town Historic District marker showing this home was built in 1916, the same year the hamburger bun was invented, the Chicago Cubs first played in Weeghman Park (later Wrigley Field), and the Saturday Evening Post published its first cover by a young artist named Norman Rockwell.

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Fantastic built-ins appear throughout the house, including these shelves lining the staircase.

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Lovely historic detailing and woodwork help make this home special.

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A modern kitchen with space and storage is styled to harmonize with the home’s historic architecture.

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A welcoming front porch allows for outdoor relaxing and entertaining.

]If you have any questions about this home or this weekend’s open house, please contact REALTOR® Melanie Fowler at (256) 509-7996 or melanie1000@gmail.com. And for more information on Huntsville real estate, historic homes and other fine properties in Madison County and North Alabama, follow Van Valkenburgh and Wilkinson on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter.