1936 – Coffeeville, MS

Details below are from September 2015, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 9/8/15   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   29 Comments
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16655 Okahoma St, Coffeeville, MS 38922

  • $26,500
  • 6 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3120 Sq Ft
  • 0.78 Ac.
This downtown Coffeeville, MS Estate is only about 30 minutes South of OLE MISS! If you like to entertaining in a big way take a few minutes to look at this 6 bedroom 2 bath home! 2 Kitchenettes upstairs. It is situated on almost 1 acre. Hardwood floors throughout. Coffeeville is known to be The Tri Lake area. If you like to fish you have Grenada, Enid and Sardis Lake at your fingertips! Home offers 2 minnow wells! Ceiling fans, chandeliers, covered porch, large patio. Gotta see this! Property fronts Okahoma and Tennessee Streets. Call today! Just over $8 (eight) dollars a square foot!
Contact Information
Sherry Fischer, Fischer Properties
662-473-4503

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29 Comments on 1936 – Coffeeville, MS

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12125 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Google maps and street signs say the street is spelled correctly, Okahoma not Oklahoma.

  2. RossRoss says: 2416 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    $26K??????

    The place seems a steal!

    The street view shows a lovely neighborhood. So, no oil refinery next door!

    The house is very sweet, too. I love 1930s houses.

    $26K!!!!!!

  3. Bethany says: 3450 comments

    This place is adorable, so much potential to be my dream home! 🙂

  4. Jessica says: 1 comments

    Words cannot express how much I would *love* to refresh this house…. The porch swing totally sold it for me. 😀

  5. Jim Goode says: 5 comments

    Love this house! It’s like slice of history. I can imagine a period movie being shot here, and hear the delta blues playing. Love it!

  6. Sue S. says: 276 comments

    Call me weird, but this house is hauntingly beautiful. The photo of the two rocking chairs next to the pedestal table — lovely. I hope someone buys this one and fixes it up, fills it with happy times and memories.

  7. Wendy says: 44 comments

    LOVE this place. I ADORE the cool wallpaper– I wouldn’t change it at all. And the kitchen is incredible. What a charmer!

  8. Linda says: 29 comments

    Is the furniture included? I could pack my toothbrush and move in! Great house, could have a ball doing it up! Seriously…would love the furniture to come with.So many rooms! Wonderful. Off to google the ‘hood now!

    • says: 103 comments

      Linda, it just HAS to! That furniture is a total part of the house. It is GORGEOUS! And the YARD! YOWZA! There is finally one on here I can afford!

  9. says: 6 comments

    Check out the one down the street. 16601 Okahoma St. 1854 Antebellum yumminess. Remuddled some. But still beautiful.

  10. Jerry Fisher says: 18 comments

    Wow! Beautiful property. I think it must be the watery quality of the light, but the house has a shimmer to it, almost like a tremulous shiver of life. I wouldn’t be surprised if a closer look revealed a ghost or two. If I were a ghost, I think with all those items in there, I’d be inclined to stick around. It’s a sort of Southern Beetlejuice house eh?

  11. Heidi says: 157 comments

    Aborable! I hope this little place finds a good owner.
    Thekitchen has so much potential!!!

  12. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 1038 comments
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    1905 Neoclassic & 1937 Deco

    There’s so much about this house I would keep as-is, as much as possible — especially the kitchen and that first bathroom. Aside from paint, I wouldn’t want to do much, because this house is already lovely. And I’d definitely keep that charming vintage wallpaper.

  13. Robin says: 2 comments

    I grew up in Coffeeville and it was a wonderful place. Sleepy little village where everyone knew everyone else (and their kids)and would correct you as their own. Childhood friends are still friends today. Even though I have lived in Memphis for 36 years, Coffeeville will always be home.

    • says: 103 comments

      Robin, do you remember this house? Did you know anyone who lived in it? Wiki said this town was 900 back in 2000! The size of the town my Pa grew up in, in Maryland! Everybody knew EVERYBODY’s business! Some fun stories!

      • Robin says: 2 comments

        Elaine, it was three doors down from my best friend’s house and yes, I did know some of the people that lived there over the years. I went home this past weekend and drove by there. I was telling everyone about it and about this website so Kelly you may have some more followers. I think the next time I go home I’ll call the realtor and take a look inside.

        • says: 103 comments

          I wonder why this one is not for sale anymore. I’ll bet someone decided they couldn’t bear to let this little cutey go out of the family. This one has such a beautiful, homey feel to it. That backyard is beautiful. Hard to believe that it’s only 3/4 of an acre! Maybe they’re going to go in there and clean the windows and polish the wood, and add another $10K to the price!

        • Kathy says: 1 comments

          This is my great uncles house. I love it. Wish I wasn’t in Wisconsin I would buy it ! Use to visit as a child. Lived there for about a year in 1967

  14. cheryl plato says: 174 comments

    Sweeeeet!! Perfect, as is!

  15. Laurie W. says: 1704 comments

    I thought of ghosts too, when I saw the rocking chairs! I’d hang out there happily.

  16. John R. Huff Jr. says: 168 comments

    The dining room furniture and one of the bedroom’s furniture
    looked neat and worthy of being restored.

  17. ed downs says: 5 comments

    This home looks older to me. Anyway, After taking care of elderly mother for 17 years, this could be a great retirement home for me. Hey, PLEASE donate it to me, ok???? I promise to spend the next 17 years lovingly restoring it!!!

  18. Brosia says: 72 comments

    This place has so much going for it, and that price! As Jim Goode said, it seems a perfect set complete with a delta blues soundtrack. I’d buy that all day long and would buy the house too, if it were closer to me.

  19. JimHJimH says: 5242 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Paint is either the salvation or the enemy here depending on your sense of style and history. I’d try to keep it to a minimum and save the old patina. I’d guess a lot of systems work is required here, but it may be a good deal regardless.
    Just in: Ole Miss 43, Bama 37.

  20. anon lass says: 10 comments

    This sweet love the windows in the kitchen I think they are the crank kind. Sowners the price makes me think their must be a catch. I am a future horse owner and to me the acreage is not enough

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