Selma is a 3story, 4500 square foot, brick home built in the 1830's on 50 secluded acres with 2 ponds and frontage on flat creek. Selma has been lovingly renovated with modern conveniences while maintaining it's historic charm and details.
Modern conveniences include central air and heat, 3 fireplaces with gas logs, huge master bath with whirlpool tub, 2 additional full baths with showers, washer dryer, dishwasher, dual fuel convection on-demand stove and refrigerator with ice maker.
The home has many historical details including:
Original heart of pine floors (on the upper 2 levels);
Formal dining and living rooms with original moulding and fireplaces;
Large screened in porch overlooking the property;
Original doors, knobs and locks;
Plaster walls and ceilings;
Huge windows with plantation shutters;
And a jailhouse door circa 1900s.
The first floor or english basement has a bedroom with a queen bed and a full bed, a full bath with shower, laundry area, and family room with 32' tv (dvd and games only). There is a covered brick patio and an uncovered patio the connects to the back yard and smoke house.
The main level houses the kitchen, dining room, living room and full bath with a shower. The kitchen and main hall connect to a large screened back porch with ceiling fans and rocking chairs so that you may enjoy the views to flat creek and beyond.
The top floor has a large bedroom with 2 queen beds, a bedroom with a queen bed, a sitting area, and a large, master bath with whirlpool tub and separate toilet room.
Several sources state general Robert E. Lee visited Selma and had dinner in the dining room (then housed in the English basement) on his way to the battle at sailor's creek.