Historic House Listings

Sold. Beautiful in Georgia!! $147,900!! Circa, 1926.

April 25, 2018

Really pretty! The price seems great!! Once again we have a house built in the 1900’s being called “antebellum”, pet peeve, sorry. I wrote a post about what antebellum is, you can read it here. Built in 1926 in Ocilla, Georgia. Located on almost one acre and this is a big house! Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,800 square feet. $149,900! New price: $147,900

From the Zillow listing:


This is one of Ocilla’s Antebellum Mansions with all the bells and whistles… This home has had many interior updates, and has been well kept. Although built in 1926, has an effective year built of 1985. The exterior of the home has new paint and a new circular drive.The wrap around porch affords you the opportunity to sit on either side, rock in your rocking chair while sipping on a glass of sweet tea, and watching the chickens as they stroll through the yard. House is located in close proximity to the library, courthouse, restaurants, churches, and downtown Ocilla. Home has more than 3800 sq. ft. of heated and cooled space, and sits on .90 acre corner lot. Call for an appointment today!
What I love about the home
Known as “The Steed House”. Huge Classic Antebellum home in downtown Ocilla, GA. Nice and quiet neighborhood. Brand new all exterior paint, brand new driveway in front of home. Massive windows in each room, all with wooden plantation shutters. Views of the historic Irwin County courthouse from several rooms.Original hardwood floors throughout. Dining room, living room, breakfast area, breakfast bar, den/office, tea room. Tons of closets and storage everywhere. Too many rooms to count. 3 bedrooms upstairs with an additional upstairs living room. Jack and Jill bathroom upstairs. Downstairs has master with attached master bath. 4 separate fireplaces. Massive columns and 3 sided wrap around brick paver porch. Driveway in both the front and the back. Detached storage shed with electric. Huge yard, Pecan tree’s, and the list goes on. Only serious inquiries.

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