Welcome to the Historic Pascal Shook home, Circa 1905, one of the first of the classic homes built along beautiful Highland Avenue. This amazing Tudor Craftsman features high ceilings, "tiger oak" flooring, marble patio and baths, and a stone fireplace imported from England. It is rare to find a living room with a coffered ceiling, and a dining room with a barrel ceiling, both in their original beauty. Porches and decks have a view of Rhodes Park, and you can watch the fireworks and the Do Dah Day Parade from your balcony! There are numerous updates, kitchen, wiring, plumbing, roof, HVAC, the list is LONG, yet SO much is original and unique to this era! Pajama stairs, walk-up attic, pocket French doors, and so many more. The spacious basement has been converted to a performance space complete with stage (known as Highland Undergound) that has seen the likes of Birmingham's own "St. Paul and the Broken Bones", and others! There is a beautiful basement apartment as well! Welcome Home!
Listing courtesy of Walton Brown Real Estate.