Only eight miles from old Selma, Alabama, is a true country house, located in a lush, wooded area on County Road 80. Wake up to young deer frolicking outside your kitchen window. Sit on a rocking chair on your back porch, gazing at mature landscape and listening to birds singing, while surrounded by flowering trees. On some afternoons, neighbors will stop by for a visit and a glass of ice tea.
The house was built in 1974, on about 3 acres. It has hardwood floors, three bedrooms and two baths. The kitchen opens onto a large great room, with a fireplace and 8 ft. cedar mantle.