Take advantage of the opportunity to live in Fort Wood, one of Chattanooga's finest historical neighborhoods. The Severance house was built in 1890 and owned by a long line of Severance family members until 2004. The most notable being Margaret Adelaide Everett Severance. Her artistic flair and traveling career brought many influences seen throughout the house. Upon entering you will notice a foyer full of the original, timeless judges paneling. The main living area is centered around the stone fireplace which is complimented by two original frescoes, handpainted by Mrs. Severance. One of the paintings, a replica of the late Meindert Hobbema's ''The Avenue at Middelharnis'', is featured to this day in the National Gallery, London, England. The kitchen has been fully remodeled with access
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