History and charm abound with this 1930s cottage located in the heart of McGehee Estates. Scott Shepherd purchased the lot from the McGehee family in 1936. Owner of a local lumber company, Shepherd built this home with fine hardwoods inside and out. As you enter the home, you will find beautiful hardwood floors in exceptional condition as well as original hardwood paneling and dark beams along the ceiling. Hardwoods run throughout the living room, dining room, master bedroom, second bedroom and throughout the hallways. The third bedroom features a split level design with hardwood paneling and neutral carpet. The large kitchen and family room are the perfect opportunity for a family to make their own spacious living space. The dining room features a cedar closet along with two custom built-in china cabinets. A large deck overlooks the expansive lot and a separate storage building sits nestled in the back yard. The current owners were the third family to own the home, purchasing it in 1964. At the time, vinyl siding was making its debut into the renovation world. Following the trends, the owners placed the vinyl siding over the original wood siding which, at the time, was in good condition. Currently this home holds the honor of a City of Montgomery Historical Marker. Since the home is not located in a "historical neighborhood", there are no remodeling restrictions other than the home cannot be torn down.