Another one of Oriental's Historic Homes is on the Market! 510 Broad Street. Built in 1910 was the home to John Fletcher Brabbles. It was
once a fine Millinery and a stable for Mr. Brabbles 2 horses. This wonderful old home has been the home of Dr. Clark Dimond, College Professor and Dr. Dorothy Dimond, Veterinarian for over 20 years. Children are grown and The Dimonds are relocating to be near them. The house is approx. 2,540 Sq. ft. It sits on a double corner lot. The house host 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large living room, large kitchen/dining area. Original fireplace in the living area. You will also find the scroll work on the Front Porch is original to the house. Rare Find! Sear and Roebuck Scroll Doves and Hearts. The house is located in a MU1 zone. It would be ideal for a pet sitter, groomer, one who fosters animals. There are several room dedicated to sheltering animals. The old waiting room and examining room can be a glassed porch , greenhouse and or a sunroom and reading area. Large Pecan and Magnolia trees shade the home. The home also host a detached carport and storage building. Put your own touches on this fine old home. THE SELLERS ARE OFFERING THE BUYER $15,000.00 TO PUT THEIR OWN TOUCHES ON THE HOME.
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