Gated entrance leads to a beautiful antebellum home, known as Albion Plantation, which is circa 1840 and on the National Register of Historic Places. It is situated on over 129 acres of land. The acreage has a barn, outbuilding, hills and creeks as well as hardwood and pine trees and is a working timber farm with cash income. 4 huge bedrooms and 3 full baths. Large formal living room and dining room as well as a spacious eat-in kitchen (with a large mudroom/seating area) and a second family living area. Kitchen and baths have all been updated while retaining the character and charm of the home. Gorgeous original hardwood floors throughout most of the home and a wonderful winding staircase that leads to the second floor and walk-up attic. There is also a second set of stairs to second floor from the family living area. Full length double porches on the front of the home as well as porches on both sides and the rear. Master bedroom has a private porch. Gorgeous period details like fanlights, columns, moldings, and ornate fireplace mantels are throughout the home. There are 8 fireplaces throughout the home. You truly must see this home to appreciate the original details as well as the modern updates. Would make a perfect family retreat, hunting club, bed and breakfast, etc.