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The Gump House

JOHNSON CITY, Tennessee

STATS

  • status

    Sold

  • price

    $665,000

  • type of listing

    Single Family

  • style of listing

    Traditional

  • year built

    1820

  • living area

    8,982 sq/ft

  • land/garden

    ---

  • beds/baths

    6 bed/3.3 bath

DESCRIPTION

Located in the heart of Johnson City, the beautiful restored, Historic Gump House, is the signature home for the Gump Addition neighborhood. Originally built in 1820 then added onto at the turn of the century, the main house and separate guest house are sited in the middle of a lush, 2.7 acre, park setting, bordered on one side with a lovely meandering stream. Both houses have been meticulously renovated to current standards, offering the latest amenities and modern conveniences without sacrificing its distinctive appointments and architectural details. The first floor, with its decorative plaster walls and mix of hardwood, stone and richly painted floors, contains all the public rooms. The large entrance hall, reading room, library/TV room, formal sitting room, guest bath, bar and garden dining room all flow together beautifully for terrific entertaining. The kitchen and butler's pantry boast all the requisite equipment for a professional chef including a sub-zero refrigerator, double Daccor wall ovens, Caldera cook top, dishwasher drawers, ice maker, wet bar, prep sink and drink fridge in a work island, custom cabinets and gorgeous granite throughout. The second floor houses the master bedroom, bath and dressing room. Additionally there are three more bedrooms, a laundry area with a full bath. On the whole of the third floor you will find an amazing home theatre and entertainment area complete with large, granite, wet bar and half bath. Central, zoned AC and heat throughout, Supplement the original radiator system for the best of both. A new security system provides added security for this wonderfully private, maturely landscaped property.

OTHER FEATURES

Historically important.

WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX

Two hundred years old has never looked better ...

  • • This was another one we initially found for the Domaine Home article on historical homes, and we loved it enough to call it a Bungalux. Look at that symmetry in the exterior architecture. They just don't make 'em like this anymore, folks.

For more information contact...

  • AGENT / FIRM

    Loretta Trayer, Gibson Sotheby's International Realty

  • LISTING NUMBER

    14-653

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