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Look inside! Has a pool and hot tub. Circa 1890 in Georgia. $127,000!

February 23, 2020

Great interior in this bungalow! This home was built in 1890. It is located on .6 acres in Blackshear, Georgia. The property has an in-ground pool and a hot tub. The home is situated across the street from the Blackshear city park. The home has original hardwood floors, original windows, molding and trim. Updated plumbing, electric and a new roof. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,917 square feet. $127,000

Contact the property owner at: 337-304-1189

From the Zillow listing:


This lovely home has some truly wonderful characteristics. It’s nearly 2,000sft but all on one floor. Records are incomplete but we believe it is one of the oldest in the county and built around 1890. It sits across from the beautiful Blackshear city park with enormous live oak trees and azaleas. The windows are original and over 8 feet tall and ceilings are almost 12 feet. The stately trim, mouldings and hardware are original. There are 4 fireplaces! The rooms are big and there is plenty of space for a second bath if so desired. Plumbing and electric was redone in 1991, roof from 2018. There is a pool and charming 100+ year old storage workshop area. The lot is huge with good privacy from neighbors. The best room is the front porch. It’s very wide and shady and perfect for watching the festivals in the park, joggers and walkers, trick or treat or just sitting in the swing under on of the biggest magnolia trees in the state. This home was made with dense ancient trees and the wood, floors, doors and trim are irreplaceable. Current owners purchased 30 years ago and it is ready for a new owner to steer it through a new century. Serious inquiries only. Please call Tammy at 337-304-1189. Sellers also own the home next door at 412 Acosta and will be selling this home in the future ($55k) as well if you would like rental income or space for family. Walk 2 blocks to the charming shops and restaurants of downtown Blackshear, Georgia.
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