Traditional, Single Family - Tennille, GA
Bullard Hall-built circa 1843 by Lewis Bullard who served in the Confederate Legislature and was one of the signers of the Ordinance of Secession, Republic of Georgia for Washington County. Since then, this Home has undergone many changes and loved by many families and is the epitome of Southern Charm. Foyer Entrance with formal living room with fireplace leads to a dining room with built in and a keeping room. Go a little further into the updated kitchen that leads into a cozy den with wet bar and the entrance to the back screened in porch. The master also with a fireplace has an extensive room of closets and upgraded double vanity bath with stained glass accent over the tub and walk-in shower. Up the winding stairs are two large bedrooms, both have fireplaces and share a full bathroom and several closets. The property is professionally landscaped with pecan trees and crepe myrtles through out that leads to an in ground salt water pool and cabana style pool house that has a bath and two dressing rooms. This type of property does not come on the market often. Call today for more information on this unique home.
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