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Historical N. Dixie.This home is an Italian provincial architecture patterned after an Italian villa and built by local contractors in 1928.The grounds were designed by landscape architect Charles F Lester, form Knoxville.This home is constructed of rough stucco and cut stone, the upstairs rear addition was built in 1940.All the main level woodwork, the stairs, balustrade, ceiling beams and the over door decoration at the dining room opening are of natural finished walnut. The use of the solid walnut is throughout the home and the 40 x 18 upstairs library is paneled in dark, solid walnut and hand carved mantelpiece and tolls of bookshelves. From the scrolled gates to the dining room (New Orleans antique), etched Venetian glass from Virginia to the Marino glass chandelier in the dining room, beautiful hardwood flooring is just the beginning to the treasures you'll discover on the 3.4 acres estate.*sq.ft as per tax records