Overlooking Mobile’s picturesque Oakleigh Garden Historic District, the Bush-Williams House, c.1906, architected by George Rogers, is a true midtown jewel. The iconic home is known for its grandeur, beautiful and fully renovated wood flooring, grand windows with splayed lintels, and period crown dentil moldings adorning all rooms throughout the home. Handsome hand-crafted features throughout the home bring the elegance of yester year to life in this historic locale. The estate features a gourmet chef’s kitchen with commercial grade luxury appliances, four second-floor bedrooms—one the luxurious master suite overlooking beautiful oak trees with spanish moss. All electrical and plumbing services were upgraded in 2005 adding to the convenience of this immaculate home. The home is situated on a corner lot providing plenty of outdoor space for entertaining or for future owners to build an in-ground swimming pool. This home is a private oasis in the heart of Mobile’s historic midtown neighborhood.
Mobile is one of the oldest cities in Alabama. Established in 1702, it has easy access to Mississippi to the West and Florida to its East. It is now the fourth largest city in Alabama. Each year it attracts millions of visitors to its streets for Mardi Gras and other celebrated festivities, shaded by century old oak trees covered in Spanish moss, horse-drawn carriages and historic antebellum architecture. Mobile’s vibrant midtown area includes the Oakleigh Historic Garden District, and other turn-of-the-century historic neighborhoods . It boasts a large number of homes bearing National Historic Landmark placards. Currently, Mobile is home to Airbus, Austal, Amazon, and Wal-Mart major distributions centers and numerous other major corporations, University of South Alabama, University of Mobile, Spring Hill College, Bishop State, and major medical facilities, and the Alabama State Docks. It is becoming a favored locale to the