- 4 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 1 Half Ba
- 4749 Sq. Ft.
- 0.69 Acres
Designed and built in 1927 as his personal residence by renowned Alabama architect D. O. Whilldin, this historic Redmont home is an architectural treasure with features that could only be duplicated at
an exorbitant expense and others that are one of a kind. The exterior design is Dutch Colonial, inspired by a Chester County Pennsylvania farmhouse and was undoubtedly influenced by the architect's Pennsylvania roots. Construction materials are of the highest quality and include a Vermont slate roof and terraces, Oneonta Sandstone over steel masonry frame. The property is a double lot with lush lawns, garden statuary, two fountains, lovely garden niches and
beautiful landscaping enclosed by a brick and wrought iron fence. The interior has been immaculately maintained, and it is truly a treat to see. While handmade artisan details and rare marble are found throughout, the hand-painted canvas and fresco dining room ceiling and the gilded plaster rosette ceiling bordered with rope molding and guilloche in the living room are two of the uniquely Whilldin designs.
Ray & Poynor Properties
- Agent Contacts
- Shelley Clark 205.222.2868 | Email