J. H. Bibb House, 1867
About Bibb House in Madison, Alabama
Located at 11 Allen Street in Historic Madison
One block west of the Madison Station Historic District on 1.6 +- acres.
Includes a buildable lot of almost one-half acre next to the house.
The barn at the rear is built of treated frame on concrete foundation. It is 24 by 16 with multiple doors and could be easily electrified.
A 7 car concrete parking pad is at the entrance on Allen St. There are also places to park along the driveway and plenty of room for more parking.
The foundation of the house has been lifted and the floor beams were set on concrete blocks.
A new roof structure was built in the attic and the chimney flashings have recently been corrected.
Modern plumbing and electrical were done during the renovations in the late 20th century. Power is 400 amp service underground.
All but one of the 6 fireplaces have been restored for gas or wood.
Most of the interior has been restored with plaster on lathe, wood floors and period appropriate wallpaper and drapes.
The James H. Bibb House, circa 1867 on the National Register of Historic Places
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 as an individual property.
150 years old this year - 2 years older than the City of Madison.
Built by one of the founders of Madison and business owners of Madison Station.
Significant architecture because it was built during the Reconstruction Period in the Greek Revivial style.
Significant because Bibb was a member of a prominent Alabama family.
Documentation and artifacts have been curated to retain as much history as possible.
No mischievous apparitions are known to be in the house.
BibbHouse.com is the Domain Name for the Business
Bibb House Bed & Breakfast operated as a B&B Inn from 1998 to 2007.
The location is perfectly situated near the quaint Madison Station business and historic district. It is in one of the most active areas of North Alabama near Interstate 565 and Huntsville International Aiport.
The property has an
permanent special zoning variance
to operate as a bed and breakfast inn. This distinction will remain unique because of the nearby zoning regulations.
The domain has been repurchased from a domain warehouse. While it was dormant, it remained active in many search engines and GPS systems.
The BibbHouse.com domain name and phone number will be made available to the new business owner.
A business sign with lighting is prominently located on the front lawn.
Many business and marketing materials are available to a prospective operator. These include the website, brochures, advertisement, operational documents, etc.
To obtain a detailed evaluation of this busness opportunity, contact the listing agency. Serious inquiries are invited to meet with the prior owner.