Location: Union Springs, Alabama
Status: Still available
Railroad station agent E.J. Pierce built this 2,300-square-foot Queen Anne in 1907—back when Union Springs was still a bustling cotton hub. Today, the town is known more for its startling supply of elegant and affordable Victorian-era homes. And this one is an excellent example. The house features red pine wainscoting, oak mantels, and 12-foot Corinthian columns, which divide the home's center hall from the front parlor. The good news is that it's still available, and—bonus!—the price has been dropped from $75,000 to an absurd $55,000.
Call Joyce Perrin at 888-318-8938 for more information.