Steeped in Birmingham history sits "The Trollop House", one of the oldest structures in Birmingham built in 1830 and the original Farmhouse for much of the area bordering Maple and Bates. The extra-ordinary Greek Revival Farmhouse is not visible from the street and is tucked away on a glorious deep lot with a meandering stone walkway leading to a enchanting pergola. From the moment you enter you'll see the charming parlor (currently the dining room), random oak flooring, coved ceilings, plaster walls, charming cottage style kitchen, lovely screened porch and also many modern amenities: 1st floor laundry, updated furnace, central air and roof, and tons of storage. Very flexible floor plan with bedrooms on each floor (1st floor Bedroom is currently used as den and needs a closet), 2 full baths, and many many possibilities. Very special one of a kind home!!
Cable Available, Utility Smart Meter
Dishwasher, Disposal, Range Hood, Stainless Steel Appliance(s), Washing Machine, Exhaust Fan, Self Cleaning Oven
BBQ Grill, Outside Lighting, Chimney Cap(s)
Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Bir
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