Perry County’s Most Expensive Home is a Piece of Alabama History
Less than an hour away is this piece of Alabama. Located in Marion, Alabama you can step inside Kenworthy Hall also known as Carlisle-Martin House.
The historical background of this Perry County dates back to 1858 and it was built for “Edward Kenworthy-Carlisle, the house is one of the best-preserved examples of Italian Villa-style architecture. The house was added as a National Historic Landmark in 2004,” said the agent.
Listed by Zoe Langner with Keller Williams Realty Vestavia, this home boasts close to 8 thousand square feet. It’s a one-of-a-kind estate that is on a 19-acre lot. Another great historic note is that the “property is also featured in Kathryn Tucker Windham's 1969 Children's Book, "Thirteen Alabama Ghosts and Jeffery.”
Step inside one of the historical homes in Perry County.