1910 – Folkston, GA

Added to OHD on 7/12/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   18 Comments
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621 First St, Folkston, GA 31537

  • $72,000
  • 2 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1200 Sq Ft
  • 0.23 Ac.
Come see this beautiful 2 bedroom, two bath home built in the early 1900's. New paint inside and out. New roof coming soon. Large master bedroom with a fireplace. Separate dining room with built in cabinetry. Relax on the front porch or on the upstairs balcony off the master and second bedroom. Close to the train tracks for the rail enthusiast. Large yard with mature pecan trees. Walking distance to downtown Folkston. Call for your appointment today!
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Connie Allen, WOWza Realty, Weichert,
(866) 778-7571

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18 Comments on 1910 – Folkston, GA

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12125 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks to the owner for sharing his home with us!

  2. MelanieMelanie says: 20 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1965 Beach Cottage

    This house has stolen my heart. However, not sure I love trains enough– they say up to 65 trains a day go through the Folkston Funnel. Loving the old fridge and old TVs! I can imagine moving right into this charming home. Not too far from the coast, either.

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12125 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      After a while you don’t even hear the train but grow to love the whistle (or rather their horn?). I lived near tracks off/on through my life, would LOVE to live near them again.

      • Robertcn says: 68 comments

        I agree Kelly. It’s very comforting to here the train.

        • Justin says: 1 comments

          I didn’t think I would like the train when I bought the house but I don’t even hear it now unless someone mentions it!

          • Laurie W. says: 1704 comments

            There were tracks near our house when I was a kid. When a train went by, if you were on the phone you had to wait for it to pass before you could hear. I loved the sounds of its whistle and the wheels on the track. What is it that makes it such a cozy thing? Like Kelly, I’d love to hear it again.

  3. says: 43 comments

    A monitor top fridge! Very cool!

  4. Agusta says: 51 comments

    Seems larger than 1200 square feet.

  5. says: 14 comments

    Boy this house is very nice. I especially like the antique relics like the fridge and the TV. Brings back memories of my dad fixing televisions on the side. We always had a working TV ? wondering if that one works. Lots of personality this house!

  6. says: 4 comments

    Curious what the pink (metal?) trunk-looking thing is in pic #8……….

    • Warbon says: 1 comments

      I believe it’s a chest freezer. I had to look closely at it, too. But I do think that is what it is. It matches the refrigerator. I’ve seen them in robins’ egg blue, too. Was quite popular back in the ’50’s.

  7. Tom says: 4 comments

    This is one of the best posts on this site I have ever seen. Talk about character!

  8. Janie says: 27 comments

    The furnishings are such a sweet component of this charming home.

  9. tess says: 297 comments

    Cute, cute, cute! A little paint, a little updated decor and it would be perfect. That pink thing looks like a chest freezer. In my younger days couples from Fl would elope to Folkston. The marriage age was younger than in FL and the ceremony shorter. A teenage couple could be there and be married before dad (and his shotgun) found out they were gone.

    • RitaB says: 106 comments

      My husband and I were married nearby in Kingsland after going up I 95 from Florida. Didn’t know about the age thing, but Florida required that you wait for a period of time between the license/blood test and the ceremony, and you could do it all in an hour or two in Georgia (and get married by Judge Peeples in front of his fireplace if you liked). So that’s what we did.
      I would like all the portraits and artwork in this house if I bought it. Pay your property tax with the pecans from the trees.

  10. cheryl plato says: 174 comments

    This house looks like heaven! Wouldn’t change a thing!

  11. Sunbeam says: 10 comments

    I would like to have been related to this person who spent a lifetime here. I can imagine Friday nights watching t.v., eating breakfast in that kitchen and shelling peas on those porches. Love everything about it.

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