1907 – Cornelia, GA

Added to OHD on 5/9/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/13/20   -   17 Comments
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101 Moss St, Cornelia, GA 30531

  • $100,000
  • Foreclosure
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 2938 Sq Ft
  • 0.65 Ac.
When first seeing this beautiful 1907 Victorian home, the first word out of your mouth will be WOW! In its life years, it has been used as a residence as well as a law office. Sitting on a .65 acre lot, the home features charm & character which has been preserved with treatments such as the grand staircase, trim work, pocket doors, tongue and groove ceilings and a welcoming front porch. The many fireplaces (while non-functional) are the focal point of the rooms. Additionally, there is a 22' X 32' detached 2 car garage built in 1966. This prime property definitely merits your taking the ...time to look whether you are looking for residential or commercial property. HUD Case#105-832037. Equal Housing Opportunity. Sold As-Is. FHA Financing: IE (Insured Escrow).
Contact Information
Nancy Hughes, James O Hayes Realty,
(706) 886-4056

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17 Comments on 1907 – Cornelia, GA

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11871 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Originally posted in 2013. I included a few of the old photos in this post.

    We were just in Cornelia the weekend before last. It’s a nice town and if my husband didn’t care for the hour drive to work, we’d be taking a look.

  2. Tony D says: 77 comments

    Other than the ceiling fans… I love this one… This is a keeper!…And check out that price.

  3. Mouser says: 4 comments

    That’s a good price for it too!

  4. says: 2388 comments

    What struck me were the tall ceilings on the main floor. They look to be about 12′ tall. I’m sure this was done to help with trying to keep the house cool in the summers.

  5. KarenZKarenZ says: 1214 comments
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    Just beautiful!I would have trouble choosing a bedroom-they are ALL perfect! I can’t believe how inexpensive this is!

  6. KevinB says: 132 comments

    the ceiling height in homes of the vintage is fantastic. I’d have to change that angled wainscoting I see – looks 1970’s to me (unless it’s original but I doubt it). Even though aluminum siding is low maintenance I’m not a fan at all – aside from the way it looks all you’re really doing is encapsulating deteriorating wood so you can’t see it. if water is getting in somewhere you’re just hiding a big problem rather than addressing it.

  7. Betti says: 10 comments

    Again too too much white paint. What is wrong with leaving the beautiful old wood work
    Alone, I think it is part of these old houses charm. I look at the wood first in any of houses I am seriously considering. Betti

  8. sharon Masters says: 12 comments

    *non working fireplaces*? Oh no no no. My first priority (after a bath and calling in kitchen remodeler) would be getting those beauties working again. Cut down the heat bill (restore to wood? Or are they all coal?) and bring back natural heat.

    • Rhonda Ford says: 1 comments

      The chimneys have been removed so that would require a lot of work putting them back, go with gas instead. We removed ours too, too many leak potentials in the roof. They were leaking and when put on a new roof we took the chimneys down.

  9. John Shiflet says: 5416 comments

    The fireplaces visible in the photos all appear to have the narrower hearths for coal burning. Even though someone not long ago posted that coal for house heating is still available (I think it depends on the locale) it presents its own challenges with soot and smoke. Many old houses with these kind of coal burning hearths have been converted to gas insert use. To transform these into wood burning versions would require a fair amount of work, maybe including rebuilding the chimney. (alternately relining the flues may be an option) They may also require enlarging the hearth openings which may require additional work and new tile surrounds.

  10. Jennifer HT says: 783 comments

    I was scared when I saw the word foreclosure. I was pleasantly surprised as I scrolled. So many foreclosure homes have been damaged by previous owners and vandals, but it looks good!

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