Green Gables at the Point- Own a piece of Mobile Bay Maritime History Green Gables at the Point was the long time residence of the Ladiner Family, a notable family of Bar Pilots who assisted vessels entering into Mobile Bay. Originally constructed in 1890 the home first stood at Pilot Town, an antebellum village in Navy Cove on St Andrews Bay near the End of Fort Morgan. The home suffered damage during the Hurricane of 1906, and was shortly there after moved to its current location. It then served as the Ladiner family home for many years. Now, Green Gables at the Point sits on a wooded lot of approximately 4.6 acres. The site includes three dwellings. The Main House-3400 square feet. 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms; The Front Guest House-1164 square feet. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms; and the Rear Guest House- 665 square feet. 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom. There are also two covered carports with storage and two additional outdoor storage buildings, one of which could be used as a Studio. All of the structures have been updated, but retain their historic charm. Currently the owner has all three houses set up for rental income. Additionally, at the rear are 3 future home sites of just under an acre each surveyed at the rear of the property. The future development is accessed by a commercial grade Automobile Bridge that spans a serene section of Bailey's Creek. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a unique piece of Mobile Bay maritime history. LISTING BROKER MAKES NO REPRESENTATION TO SQUARE FOOTAGE ACCURACY. BUYER TO VERIFY.
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Listing information last updated on December 5th, 2019 at 9:15pm CST.