Smithville, TN

Off Market / Archived
Posted July 2016. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown.
Added to OHD on 7/27/16   -   Last OHD Update: 10/27/19   -   13 Comments

1076 Willis Mcginnis Rd, Smithville, TN 37166

  • $62,500
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2310 Sq Ft
  • 0.67 Ac.
Charming Home located in Quiet Setting, Featuring Hardwood Flooring, Updates throughout home including Kitchen, 3 Fireplaces, Spacious Rooms, Only Minutes to Nearby Center Hill Lake and Town Square.
Contact Information
Kelley Ammon, Carl Hill and Associates Real Estate,
(615) 893-1130

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13 Comments on Smithville, TN

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11723 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I know it’s rather pitiful looking but seems like the kind of house you can slowly work on while living in it. Build date on record says 1925, which is not correct but I couldn’t decide on the approximate build date.

    • MidwestBecky says: 40 comments

      These “rather pitiful looking” houses are my favorites. And I agree–this is livable as is, and could be improved over time. There is still a lot left to work with in this house and I think it could be really comfortable and cute with a little bit of elbow grease. I just love the front elevation and the kitchen fireplace.

    • Dawn Feagan says: 1 comments

      Theres one simular built in Kansas. It was built the early part of the 1800-1838. They call it a Gothic Revival.

  2. Les F. says: 96 comments

    Dating clues:
    * Original Gothic Revival dormers;
    * Small paned windows – 9/6 with 8″ by 10″ glass;
    * Heated by fireplaces, but square openings without angled jambs typical of cast iron “Franklin” fireplaces.
    The date ranges of these features cross about 1845. There was a major remodel about 25 years later as evidenced by the interior doors and main stair.

  3. Laurie W. says: 1771 comments

    The front attracted me too, something inviting about it. A fireplace in the kitchen is my dream — and a climate where I could use it.

  4. Anne says: 207 comments

    Similar style to a Carolina “I” house, 38th she’s row rear, usually built between 1840-1860’s

  5. Les Stevens says: 24 comments

    Grant Wood…American Gothic !

  6. says: 73 comments

    What a delightful home! Okay, so obviously it needs to be re-painted (why did someone make it so dark???), and as usual the carpets need to be pulled and the cheapo kitchen counter and cabinets need to be replaced with something (ideally) more period- or at least style-appropriate, but otherwise I see nothing pitiful at all! 🙂

  7. Lori says: 117 comments

    It just looks lonely…love this style and could be a beautiful home!!

  8. C.J. Hutchinson says: 21 comments

    Looks very clean and friendly. Maybe a good starting point for a first time restorer. Not as intimidating as some of the “fixers” I have seen on this site. Definitely a move in now, revamp as you can type house.

  9. Melody Koontz says: 51 comments

    I would re-do that kitchen. Love this house!!!

  10. Ann says: 100 comments

    A little elbow grease and move in ready. Very cute

  11. Tamra Townsend says: 8 comments

    A fire place in the kitchen!!!???how that. And a lovely home for sure. Except for that red color in the entrance would have to go.and some other things. But repairs are minor.

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