Adorable Shotgun Style House Sitting on 80 Acres

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Naturalists’ Paradise

Adorable renovated shotgun style 560 square foot house, located on 80 acres just outside Woodville Mississippi Town Limits.

There is NOT cable or wifi. Past visitors used screen mirror from their phone or
brought a firestick and used their phone as a hotspot.

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Centreville, Mississippi, Ameerika Ühendriigid

Feels like you're deep in the country in the middle of a Naturalists' Paradise, but still in town and less than a mile from Historic Downtown Square of Woodville.

Walking around Woodville, where the past mingles so smoothly with the present, it is easy to imagine what it was like here in the early days and to evoke memories of some of those who once walked here —
— the world-renowned ornithologist John James Audubon, who taught dancing and fencing here in the 1820's and roamed the nearby woods in search of birds—
— the colorful and controversial Gen. James Wilkinson of Revolutionary War fame, who commanded nearby Fort Adams in 1798 —
— Jefferson Davis, the first and only President of the Confederate states of America, whose family home "Rosemont" still stands nearby —

In more recent years, several notable African-Americans made their home — writer Anne Moody, blues singer Scott Dunbar and classical composer William Grant Still —

Woodville has preserved its original courthouse square, shaded by enormous live oak trees. The courthouse, the third on the site was built in 1903 and designed by noted courthouse architect James Reily Gordon.  

Two of the most historically significant buildings in Woodville are the 1834 former office and banking house of the West Feliciana Railroad,  the first standard gauge railroad in the United States and the 1819 former branch banking house of the Bank of the State of Mississippi.  The bank building is believed to be the oldest banking building in Mississippi.  Both structures have been restored and are owned by the Woodville Civic Club.  

There are several notable early churches here — Woodville Baptist Church (c. 1809), St. Paul's Episcopal Church (c. 1824), Woodville Methodist Church (c. 1824), St. Joseph's Catholic Church (c.1873), and the Allen Chapel, AME Church (c.1895). 

The tiny Beth Israel Cemetery is a vivid reminder of the large Jewish population that flourished here in the early 1900's.  The synagogue is no longer standing.
In the lush woodlands surrounding Woodville, which extend into the fabled Tunica Hills, are numerous back roads that reveal the natural beauty of this region — quiet creeks, old pathways leading to early home sites and forgotten cemeteries, picturesque trails for hiking or driving.

In the Clark Creek Natural Area, site of an early plantation, a rugged trail (NOT for Beginners) leads to a spectacular and rare sight — five waterfalls.

This is just a sample of the many special delights awaiting visitors who pay a VISIT to WOODville —" Stella Pitts

Majutaja: Frankie & Drew

  1. Liitus juuli 2019. aastal
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Please check out our Social media page "Audubon Encounters" to learn more about us and this special little town in Mississippi. The Little Red Building Co-Working Space, is a beautifully renovated historic building in the middle of downtown, located just a few steps from the Wilkinson County Courthouse on the east side of the square. Jim Derbes and Jan Katz restored the building in 2013 and added a cute 2 bedroom apartment on the back. The LRB is currently the home for “Audubon Encounters Promotions Services”. It has high speed internet, DirectTV with the Sports Package. 75’ Samsung smart tv, and spacious area to relax, socialize and work. Currently there are rooms for rent as well as the entire building when available. Enjoy the rare experience of stepping back in time to a small southern town, full of laughter, nicknames, daily neighborly favors, and children playing outside. Need a place to watch a special game with friends? Have a dinner party? Family reunion? Bridal shower? Business Meeting? The LRB offers a lot and is perfect for a wide range of events. Check it out:-).
Please check out our Social media page "Audubon Encounters" to learn more about us and this special little town in Mississippi. The Little Red Building Co-Working Space, is a beaut…
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