HNF Selling House Owned by Beloved Community Philanthropist

Source: Natchez Democrat

The Historic Natchez Foundation is accepting sealed bids for the house of the late Neil Varnell, who bequeathed the property to the foundation in March.

Varnell operated the 1894 Queen Anne Cottage on Clifton Avenue as the Bluff Top Bed and Breakfast for many years before he died. The psychologist left $2 million to 15 local charities and organizations, including the Historic Natchez Foundation.

Foundation Executive Director Carter Burns said HNF would accept sealed bids until the end of October when they will be opened.

The house includes three bedrooms and 3 and one half bathrooms, Burns said.


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