1920 – Loganville, GA

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4850 Center Hill Church Rd, Loganville, GA 30052

  • $150,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1904 Sq Ft
  • 2.22 Ac.
Step back in time! This charming home built in 1920 sits on 2.22 acres of beautiful farmland with several old barns. House has wrap-around front and back porches. Inside has beautiful hand-planed heart pine floors, walls, and ceilings. Cash or Conventional Financing only. Must see to appreciate.
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Tina Kelley, RE/MAX
(770) 466-7653
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9 Comments on 1920 – Loganville, GA

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  1. Carole Pope says: 28 comments

    Like the board interiors and the outbuildings

  2. JimHJimH says: 5157 comments
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    Wow, love it! With a light and sensitive renovation and some landscaping, this farmstead would be amazing. Needs work though and probably a kitchen and baths. Since there are four rooms with pine walls, maybe one could get plastered, for when company comes. 🙂
    The traffic isn’t great though maybe that’s what has saved this from being redeveloped already in an area where new homes are selling for $3-600,000.
    The little barn with the well is one of my favorite OHD outbuildings.

    • Robert B Falls says: 15 comments

      the ‘little barn’ was probably the original dwelling. it has all the earmarks of a primitive cabin, despite the absence of a fireplace and chimney. it is my favourite house in the listing.

  3. Laurie W. says: 1741 comments

    I love the well. Agree with everything Jim said. What does “conventional financing only” mean? You can’t put it on your credit card? Or your father-in-law can’t pony up a down payment for you?

    • RitaB says: 108 comments

      Conventional only means that the owners don’t want you to get a mortgage with VA or FHA. As a former mortgage broker, it sometimes means that the property either won’t pass scrutiny from those appraisers or that the owner simply doesn’t want to jump through the more restrictive hoops (repairs maybe) that those loans would require. You could definitely put it on your credit card if your limit is adequate. I once had a friend do just that at a property auction.

      • Laurie W. says: 1741 comments

        Oh, thank you! Makes sense. That’s some credit card limit, for a house — though I put my car on my credit card once so I could get the airline miles.

  4. Melody says: 521 comments

    Raised Ranch style?

    I am totally in love with the outbuildings! And a water well with bucket! 😀

    I think I like the wood walls, but I’m not sure how I’d decorate them. I feel that they would be overpowering.

  5. Mame says: 1 comments

    The pine walls need sanding, then varnished. The true color of the pine will have a fresh, lighter look.

  6. John Shiflet says: 5450 comments

    I would not dwell much on style as the form of the house is traditional for the South. I think there’s a fair chance parts of this enlarged upon house may date back to the turn of the last century but with simple designed houses of this kind its more about comfort and the location rather than style. I do appreciate the abundance of unpainted woodwork in this house. Cleaned up and refinished I think it would be a real focal point of the house. With just a tad over 2 acres, there some breathing room around the house as well. The old structure with the covered well may indeed be a much older farmhouse or at least pre-date the current house being used.

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