OFFERED AT: $550,000
On the western edge of McComb, in Mississippi, there is an area of rolling hills and beautiful homes on large wooded lots and a series of curving streets all with names like Cherokee and others of our native peoples and through the years the area has gotten the lovely name of The Reservation . . . and today The Reservation means quiet, dignity, classic, and chic and most of all desirability.
Our 410 Cherokee was one of the first houses in the area, built in 1968, and it was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. And if indeed imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Mr. Wright would be very flattered. It is still in the family of the builders.
Wright revolutionized domestic architecture with his work at the turn of the twentieth century and 410 captures so much of what made Wright design homes that work. It is wood frame and brick veneer.
It has open spaces, and it blends with nature and opens comfortably to the outside with decks and windows and doors.
410 has three major living areas:
1) The first is the entrance and living area, with heart pine floors, with a handsome cypress shelved library and elegant dining room, kitchen and butler’s pantry, and entertaining spaces; several corner windows and different ceiling heights . . . all Wright-tian hallmarks.
2) The second area is the bedroom wing on a different level; it has two guest rooms with baths and a huge master bedroom and bath and closet complex at the north end; and separated with hallways and offering enormous privacy.
3) The third is yet another level, a lower garden level with its brick-floored family room, some cypress board and batten wall sections, coffered cypress beam ceilings, huge oversized wood burning stone fireplace, and game room and television, a billiards room, and a terrific wet bar . . . all opening onto the swimming pool patios and outdoor living places.
* 4 Bedrooms * 5 Full Baths * 1 Half Bath * 2.45 Acres * Library * Den * Billiards & Game Room * Hot Tub * In-Ground Pool * Central Heat * Central A/C * 2 Stories