1810 – Greensboro, GA

Added to OHD on 1/25/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   6 Comments
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202 E Greene St, Greensboro, GA 30642

  • $79,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 2837 Sq Ft
  • 0.37 Ac.
Bellheart manor is a historical home circa 1800's with a primitive style complete with original heart pine floors, wood mantels, doors, paneling, wainscoting & some ceilings are wood. The wood peg construction can be observed on the 2nd floor of home. With 3 BR's, 3 Baths the master is on the main & all rooms have fireplaces, some use gas heating units or are not in use. The exterior has 2 covered porches, a single detached garage, shed, fenced backyard with in-ground pool & deck. The location is within walking distance of charming downtown Greensboro, close to banks, the brewery, cafe's, courthouse & post office. While home is in need of renovation to bring it back to its former glory, it is being sold as/is by the estate.
Contact Information
Terri Thornton, Coldwell Banker, Lake Oconee Realty,
(706) 467-3181

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6 Comments on 1810 – Greensboro, GA

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  1. Shannah302 says: 39 comments

    Such a shame all of that woodwork was painted over with those colors! Other than that, love this house!

  2. says: 166 comments

    The flooring is beautiful.

  3. Delynn Coronado says: 11 comments

    Nice house, but the paint very disappointing!

  4. Flower Lady says: 72 comments

    This house needs somebody to love it again!

  5. JullesJulles says: 542 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Took a road trip and looked at the house today. It was better and worse than I thought it would be. Great town, up and coming, with a huge historical district. A must see weekend trip for old house lovers. The house is beautiful. It was grand in its day (1810). I-house, two over two with large rooms and wide hall. Paneled wainscoting and heart pine floors with large fireplaces. The staircase is wonderful and solid as a rock. According to history, the house was moved at the turn of the century to sell some land. Unfortunately, they turned the house around and made the back the front and added an addition on to the rear right side. The back door (now front) is smaller and the stairs are now reversed. The front porch is put on as a Victorian detail that to me doesn’t belong. The chimneys should be taken down, the side of the house repaired and then the chimneys should be rebuilt. They are now pulling away from the house and there is rot behind them. The addition has an addition and that now has an addition. You could fit a kitchen and laundry room in those. The slope in the house is pronounced so you may want to shore it up. There is some water damage inside. The bathrooms are additions and need redoing and demolition for the one on the side of the house. The pool is shot and has a vinyl liner. The thing is this house would be great to bring back to period correctness. I so wish the front could be put back to the front again. It would need new mechanicals, a kitchen and bathrooms, demoing closets and cabinets, and removal of porches and aluminum shutters. But you might be able to live in it while you do it if you don’t mind living rough. The exterior paint needs scraping and it is about a half inch thick and probably has lead in it. But the house is grand, has great bones and the lot is small but pretty. The location is good, the town is cool and it would be a hell of a house when you were done. If Trump privatized the VA and I am out of a job, the hubby and I would like to move there and into this house. It would be a good life. Poor but good.

  6. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12402 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
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    Here’s an older photo Scott R. sent me:


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