Fixer upper alert! There is no mention of lot size, but the backyard looks decent size. The Judge Little House was built in 1810. It is located in Carnesville, Georgia. The home features original hardwood floors, chair rails, wainscoting and original mantels. Definitely needs work and probably need to undo some past renovations. The kitchen has been updated. the main systems have been updated. New electric, plumbing, HVAC and a new roof. Four bedrooms, one bathroom, and 2,492 square feet. $85,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Built in the 1800’s this house was known as the Judge Little House. It retains many of it’s original features including mantels, decorative paint, and doors with box locks with keys. This house has been structurally restored with a new roof, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. This home is a rare surviving example of a Federal period house that has remained basically untouched. A little TLC and this home will surely feel like home.
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