1898 – Goliad, TX

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145 N Chilton Ave, Goliad, TX 77963

  • $75,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2696 Sq Ft
Diamond in the rough!- Wonderful historic home in beautiful Goliad, TX. this property has sprawling Oak trees over one hundred years old in the front yard. This property needs a complete restoration but would make a great home or Bed and Breakfast. Grand entry with staircase leading up stairs. Large living, dining and kitchen, bath and large bedroom downstairs with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and a kitchen area upstairs. Don't mis this opportunity to own a piece of history! Owner will finance with 25% down
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Jo Ann Clawson, Coastal Bend Real Estate Services,

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12 Comments on 1898 – Goliad, TX

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  1. KevinB says: 116 comments

    it’s old and rickety. I love that. the staircase is so simple and charming.

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  2. BethanyBethany says: 3466 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    The inside is pretty rough but at least it’s original and not ruined; I would love to fix this place up!

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  3. Diane Eve says: 18 comments

    Is it me? I count 3 bathrooms rather than 2.

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    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12224 comments
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      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      You are right, I didn’t even count the pics of the bathrooms, just went by what was on record. lol

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      • Diane Eve says: 18 comments

        LOL – I’m kind of used to checking for myself as when hunting, buying and (now) selling; the room counts (mostly baths and/or beds) are off as often as not.

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  4. cheryl plato says: 174 comments

    I don’t think it needs a “complete restoration” at all! Just a little cleaning and minor repairs, I love it!!

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  5. Joan Young-Santiago says: 52 comments

    I’m with Cheryl Plato, I would to paint and clean up definitely. Possible minor change kitchen reconfigure. But I may scope behind walls with telescopic camera wand to check for insulation (or lack of) as well as mold/insect damage before I start pulling down drywall. Why break when doesn’t really need changing.

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  6. JimHJimH says: 5391 comments
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    Looks like a neat little town with a movie set central square. I can see the potential in the house, but waking up here wouldn’t be my fondest dream.

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  7. John Shiflet says: 5547 comments

    Goliad is a small town of less than 2,000 south of San Antonio. The town is steeped in early Texas history as a Spanish Colonial settlement: (Handbook of Texas History) https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hjg05 However, this 1898 house was built long after the Spanish era. The interior photos make it look larger inside than the slightly less than 2,700 sq. ft. in the listing information. Style-wise, I’d call it a generic version of the Queen Anne style but its almost in the Folk style house category. Some of the details seem to suggest older than 1898 origins (the four over four windows) but alone are not enough to make claims of older age valid. Nearby Beeville to the south and Victoria to the north also have nice collections of Victorian era and early 1900’s homes and downtowns. There’s a nicely restored Victorian cottage across the street. Note the numerous ancient Oak trees…one even stands in the middle of the road near this house.

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  8. jeklstudio says: 1053 comments

    Its austere interior does seem more Folk than Queen Anne. I see potential here but tons of work. Those old trees almost make it worth it though, they’re phenomenal!

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  9. dkzody says: 233 comments

    I would keep the trees and build a whole new house.

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  10. Pookha says: 128 comments

    I’m not sure I have the stamina for such a refurbishment, but it’s an interesting place.

    The oak tree alone is worth the price of the house.

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