This historic 1930 Tudor Revival house in the Hernando North Side Historic District is one of only a few remaining in the area and is historically known as ''The Mosby House''. Featuring 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, updated kitchen with pantry and breakfast bar, formal dining, sunroom, 2 fireplaces, laundry room with built-in shelving, butler's pantry, walk-in floored attic, plenty of closets, covered porch, brick exterior, double carport and single carport, huge corner privacy fenced lot, DRY basement that can be used for a storm shelter and/or wine cellar. Fantastic downtown Hernando location within walking distance to the historic Hernando Square. Tudor Revival is a style adapted from English examples. Local examples of Tudor Revival appear to date from the 1920s and 30s, when brick veneering became available and affordable. This style was an alternative to both Craftsman and Colonial Revival and was the style of choice for many mid-20th century ventures into many ''streetcar communities'' and early subdivisions. Its popularity with homeowners was due to the combination of a romantic and ''historical'' exterior with a modern, bungalow-type plan featuring open public areas, modern kitchens and bathrooms, round-arched openings for doors, vents, porches and porte cocheres, and round-arched details in brickwork; patterned brickwork; massive front-facing chimneys, often finished with ''chimney pots,'' and false half-timbering in gable ends. While there have been some upgrades to the home, the original integrity has been maintained down to the beautiful hardwood floors. The Historic Mosby House is a charming and romantic historic home in the heart of Hernando, MS. Make this rare find yours before the opportunity is gone!