Historic House Listings

Sold. On 46 acres in Georgia. Love the bead board walls! Circa 1920. $185,000

July 27, 2019

Love the unpainted bead board walls and ceilings. This home was built in 1920. It is located on 46.76 acres in Lexington, Georgia. The home has original heart pine floors. There is a covered front porch, a screened in porch and a sunroom. The property has a barn and several outbuildings. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,810 square feet. $185,000

From the Zillow listing:


Homestead on 46+ acres in Oglethorpe County. Mostly wooded land but several acres of open pasture and farmland. Early 1900’s farmhouse with original heart pine floors with pine bead board walls and ceilings. 3 Bedrooms and 1 Bath, with 10’+ tall ceilings. Nicely sized kitchen and dining rooms. Home also features a covered front porch, screen porch, and sun room. Home needs renovations but well looked after. New metal roof in 2019. Several outbuildings including tractor shed/garage, storage sheds, and old barn full of salvageable lumber. Land is under conservation use for tax assessment.


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