This beautiful Walthall County home sits on 8+/- acres in a wooded gated community. The location is ideal, being only 5 minutes from downtown Tylertown, Lake Walthall, and only 30 minutes from McComb and Columbia, MS. Multiple upgrades have been completed throughout the home, making it perfect for the move-in-ready buyer or someone looking to add their personal touch to make it their own. The home features a large kitchen with an island, breakfast nook, walk-in pantry, formal dining room, and a living room almost guaranteed to impress. The living room also has a wood-burning fireplace, high ceilings, wood beams, and a ton of natural light. Upstairs is a private master suite featuring a large bedroom with newly carpeted floors and a balcony. The impressively sized master bath has his and her sinks, shower, hide-away commode, and a jetted tub. The jetted tub sits below a skylight with a picture window view of the backyard. There is also a one bed one bath mother-in-law suite with a full kitchen and an open floor plan.
8a Kirklin Road, Tylertown, Mississippi 39667
Directions from the intersection of Old Hwy 98 E and Old Hwy 24 in Tylertown, MS : Turn left onto MS-48 E and travel 0.5 miles. Turn right onto Kirklin Road and travel 0.8 miles. Turn right onto Kirkline Road and travel 0.4 miles. Turn left and the property will be on the left in 0.2 miles.
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Blake was born and raised in Lincoln County, MS in the small town of Bogue Chitto. After high school, he knew he wanted a career helping people. Blake completed his paramedic degree and served as a paramedic in Lincoln, Copiah, Franklin, and Lawrence Counties. After six years of dedicated service in emergency care, Blake began his career in real estate. Blake carried that same desire he had for helping others and putting their needs first into his career as a real estate agent.
Blake grew up working the family cattle farm and spent his free time hunting, fishing, and enjoying all things outdoors. Blake, his wife Brittany Rawls Sasser of Pike County, and their son Logan now own a small piece of that family cattle farm where they reside today.