Ladies and gentlemen, in this article we are going to share with you one of the most unique houses builds ever!
Located on .30 acres in Pulaski, Tennessee is one of the most oddly majestic homes that immediately catches the eyes and hearts of all visitors in the area. What makes this house truly stand out is its specific construction. It was built back in 1900 by Jones Smith, a local stone mason.
Any experienced eye can tell this house was built with perfect craftsmanship, as it is covered in limestone, but it also packs incredible attention to detail when it comes to the interior as well, featuring hardwood floors, arched windows, and some bead board.
The entire structure packs two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a living room, and some extra storage space, for a total price of $325,000. The price is reasonable considering the fact that the house resembles a castle and guess what – it even has hidden tunnels. Some locals claim the tunnels were used by confederate troops and even part of an underground railroad.
Mr. Smith’s work echoes throughout the history of the area, making his house widely famous. According to information provided by locals, he helped build the old Methodist College in the town, which is now the home to the University of Tennessee. He also built local churches and other structures, however, this one is quite special as it was his own home.
The structure doesn’t need lots of renovation or repairs, as it still holds its glory and beauty as the day it was finished.