The Infamous "CORONET BUNGALOW" is a turn of the century home that is a reflection of another era. Constructed in 1912 for the Coronet Phosphate Dignitaries and owners, and then served as the Plant Directors home. The home is considered to be of the Georgian Revival style. A graceful sweeping roof caps the structure situated on 45 (MOL) acres of lush green land with palms and grand oak trees draped in Moss. This home has been featured in many periodicals and history books. There is a wrap around porch on the north, east and south side of the first floor with paired wood columns on brick piers. A portion of the south porch is screened. The exterior features wood clapboard siding, one over one pane wood double hung windows with burglar bars. (All keys present- bars can be removed upon request). Entering the Foyer, one sees the Main grand staircase, with a smaller back staircase for the hired help. The home features yellow pine hardwood floors, all original. The kitchen is large with original wood cabinetry and offers upgraded appliances. There is a butlers pantry located off the kitchen. There are five fireplaces, a small rental cottage, a three car garage, a work room and a large 2 vehicle carport w many more features .The pool is extra large and enclosed with screened structure. There are cattle on the acreage - property is green-belted. If you would like to own a piece of History, make your appointment to see this lovely historical well loved home. It is sure not to disappoint.
Single Family Residence
Ceiling Fans(s), Coffered Ceiling(s), Crown Molding, Eating Space In Kitchen, High Ceiling(s), Master Bedroom Downstairs, Solid Wood Cabinets, Thermostat, Walk-In Closet(s), Window Treatments