In the Historic Old Towne of Selma, Alabama, you will find this attractive Folk Victorian.
The home was built in 1900 and is currently listed for sale for a very reasonable $190,000.
The slate blue exterior is punctuated with a set of brilliant yellow front doors.
So sunny and happy!
The home also proudly displays a historic landmark plaque:
Let’s have a look inside…
This fabulous home has many, many original features that are still intact.
Transom doors, original double pocket doors, antique hardware, gorgeous mantles and fireplaces, chandeliers, and floor-to-ceiling built-ins.
Off the living room is an elegant dining room that fits an 8-seat table.
Check out the pristine pocket doors:
The pocket doors lead into a sunny yellow lady’s parlor:
Another yellow room leads into the kitchen.
The kitchen is simple but still charming with the original tall cabinetry.
The black and white floor tiles are marvelous too.
A sweet little bathroom with lovely floral wallpaper:
There is a hall and a staircase that divides the living spaces from the sleeping spaces.
There are three bedrooms and they look quite spacious.
Only two of the three bedrooms are pictured in the listing photos but each has its own fireplace.
The second bathroom has an interesting color combination:
It is attractive but the third bathroom is lighter and airier…
This historic Selma home is topped off with a gracious southern-style wrap-around porch with pillars.
All this beauty for only $190,000!
Indeed, very charming!