Historic House Listings

Great porch! Great woodwork! Great price! Circa 1935 in Georgia. $285,000

October 2, 2019

This is a big house! Including unfinished spaces, this house is almost 7,000 square feet! This was built in 1935. It is located on .33 acres in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. This home has amazing woodwork! It has a large wrap around front porch. There are five fireplaces in the home. The home has two “officer’s” formal staircases. Updated plumbing, electric, and HVAC. This was a first lieutenant’s home lived in by two families during World War I. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 4,548 square feet. $299,000 New price: $285,000

From the Zillow listing:


RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A UNIQUE PIECE OF HISTORY! 211 Barnhardt Cir has been fully updated and restored to its natural beauty and is a unique blend of history and today’s modern updates! This home features a very large front porch, along with a private side porch. The interior design is built around an open floor plan, creating a comfortable space for family living . The home boasts 5 fireplaces, with one in the kitchen to enjoy! It has original heart pine flooring throughout the entire home, and has a massive amount of interior stained wood trim that has been beautifully restored in keeping with the character of the home. There is a mother in law suite on the 1st floor, with a separate sitting area, fireplace, and soaking tub. This room has direct access to the large side porch! The kitchen features a commercial grade, built in stainless steel refrigerator, stand alone upright interior freezer and a separate adjacent area that has lots of extra cabinet space and storage. (This was once the maid’s quarters). The main level also features a very large dining room with its own fireplace, an open living room/den perfect for entertaining and a large study/office with fireplace.


You will ascend upstairs to 5 add’l bedrooms, using one of the two “Officer’s” formal staircases. There are also 2 additional staircases (maid’s staircases) that reach the 3rd floor, featuring a bonus recreational room! This home has 4,760 ft. of finished living area, and a total of 6,900 sq. ft. with the unfinished basement area! New sheet rock has been added to this home, and it has been completely upgraded with new wiring, HVAC, and plumbing! There has been over $10,000 in recent roof repairs! You have to come see this beautiful, historic, 1st Lieutenant’s home lived in by two families during World War I, and enjoy this wonderful home registered on the Nat’l Registry for Historic Places!


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