Love that porch! And that is quite a barn. This home was built in 1900. It is located on two acres in Winder, Georgia. Love all of the unpainted bead board throughout the home! Wish they had more interior pictures though. This was originally the home for Barrow Farm that had hundreds of acres. There are twelve foot ceilings and they have never been painted. The property also has a chicken coop and an original shed. $225,000 New Price: $195,000
From the Zillow listing:
Once the homeplace of a Barrow farm of several hundred acres, this early 1900s house has features for the history lover. Situated on a little over two acres beneath towering shade trees, the original portion of this farmhouse has four large rooms with 12-foot ceilings and original pine walls that have never been painted . Two of those rooms even have matching unpainted pine ceilings. A wrap-around porch with a tin roof is a reminder of a slower time. The acreage includes a picturesque barn, a chicken coop, and an original shed. Current owner bought the property from the original family who owned the acreage. This homeplace just needs a buyer with a vision and updates to transform this historic homeplace into a head-turning showplace.
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