1910 Folk Victorian – Dawson, GA

Added to OHD on 3/3/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   11 Comments
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326 6th Ave NE, Dawson, GA 39842

  • $29,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 3780 Sq Ft
  • 0.29 Ac.
Create your own dream home with this property. The owner has begun remodeling this 1910 built Victorian home but has had to change directions in his life and needs to move this home he has spent money and labor renovating. The home is located in the Historic District of Dawson but there are no restriction on your remodeling plans. The home has been rewired and rooms gutted to allow you to design your own floor plan for the number of bedrooms and baths you desire. There is still work to be completed but you can design this home with more or less bedrooms and baths shown above. Currently there are no defined baths but plenty of room to be creative. Come see this home that can be purchased for less that the Seller has in it. You can even be considered for the annual Spring Tour of Homes and let everyone see your progress.
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Sal Giovingo, Century 21,
(229) 435-6204

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11 Comments on 1910 Folk Victorian – Dawson, GA

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  1. tess says: 297 comments

    House across the street is incredible! Most of the hard work has been done on this house. New wiring and gutted but charming features not destroyed. Looks move-in-able and you could complete the work as money and time allow.

    • BethanyBethany says: 3429 comments
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      1983 White elephant
      Escondido, CA

      I had to go look at the street view after reading your comment–no kidding, what a great house across the street! This little place is a charmer, too, even with the work that still needs to be finished.

  2. JullesJulles says: 517 comments
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    The age seems a little off. Look at the spindles on the staircase and then the newel posts. They don’t match. The walls look too primitive for 1910 IMO. I was thinking the late 1800’s. Then someone Victorianized it. What do you think?

  3. Kalani says: 63 comments

    I agree w/ Julles. I see Greek Revival bones under Victorian gussying up!

  4. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11874 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I doubt it’s Greek Revival old. I’ve seen plenty of 1910 homes that were similar in the south, could be early 1900’s if not exact 1910.

  5. Colleen Johnson says: 1061 comments

    At that price and the wiring done, wow! The house across the street is amazing I agree but that doesn’t take away from the charm of this much smaller house. I would love to see this house finished. I feel sorry for the owner who has to move on without seeing his vision completed.

  6. Lissie says: 238 comments

    Great price to restore and renovate.

  7. Amanda says: 46 comments

    I too feel sorry for the owner looks like so much had already been started and they do house tours too . What are the markings on the front should windows be in there the garden looks like so much potential too lovely home

  8. KfideiKfidei says: 325 comments

    I really wish they had included more interior photos. It’s hard to judge from one stairwell photo exactly what work needs to be done to make it livable, and then to finish the restoration. If the house is completely gutted, that does that mean no plumbing, or just no fixtures? (and what happened to the vintage fixtures?) Still, at this price, might be worth a trip up to see it. The town looks quaint, with a focus on preserving their history. I wonder how much it would cost to finish the work… would $100k be about right?

  9. says: 32 comments

    I agree that part of this house is older than 1910. If you notice in the picture looking at the staircase, there appears a couple of changes in materials mainly the floor and walls. I think the front portion was added probably in 1910. I own several Victorian homes less than 100 miles away and basically live and breath old homes, so I’ve gotten pretty good at spotting clues. From the few pictures I see, I think this was originally a typical south GA four room house with center hall with pyramid style roof and a detached kitchen. This house would have not been two stories originally, so I would bet that staircase is a later addition as well as the dormers. These type of houses starting being built well before the civil war and continued throughout the Victorian era. The windows, trim, etc. would have been reflective of the decade it was built, but the basic footprint remained basically the same. I think the original portion probably dates to around 1890, based on the few clues I see, that I think are original, and age of other homes in the area.

  10. Elisa Chaplin says: 17 comments

    I feel “gutted” when I see the words gutted and Victorian in the same sentence… 🙁 Poor house.

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