c. 1900 – Genoa, OH

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410 West St, Genoa, OH 43430

  • $78,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2394 Sq Ft
Pocket doors, beamed ceilings, natural woodwork, walk-in closets, dining room built-ins & so much charm! Replacement windows, central air and room-to-roam in this 5 bedroom home! 2,394 square feet of living space, 2-1/2 car garage with opener and canopy-covered patio! New garage & house roof in 2016. This a fixer-upper and selling in "as-is" condition.
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Terry Floro, Danberry Realtors,
(419) 691-2800

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9 Comments on c. 1900 – Genoa, OH

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12204 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks Cora for sharing!

    I’m amazed at how much the home has been updated through the years yet the wood work still remains unpainted and mostly intact!

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  2. LoriS says: 58 comments

    Nice house! Love the built in cabinets in the kitchen and I had to chuckle at the thread spool used for a light chain! My Grandma did that on a light in her attic years ago, as a kid I thought it was odd but very clever!

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  3. StevenFStevenF says: 785 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    This house could be sweet if all you did was roll-back the updates. Remove the Carpet, the 70s panelling, the dropped ceilings and liberate the front porch from whatever it’s been turned into and you have a great place.

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  4. Cora says: 2074 comments

    It looks very clean (even the basement is clean!) and very 70’s. Most of the updates appear to be relatively superficial and therefore (hopefully) easily removed. Maybe original decor survives underneath. I’ll bet there are beautiful floors under all that carpet!

    Those mint-colored kitchen cabinets are so charming and adorable…I would only store the yummiest things in them!

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  5. TonimarTonimar says: 74 comments
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    I’m smitten with this one. I agree about the mint colored cabinets and the first things to go of course are the dropped ceilings and carpet.

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  6. Janie says: 27 comments

    I would definitely plan the kitchen design around those beautiful cupboards. The color is so perfect!

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  7. Marie says: 201 comments

    I agree with everyone. Those drop ceilings, paneling and carpets need to go! The kitchen needs a rework, using the old cabinets as a starting point. They almost look like beadboard cabinet doors. And that cabinet in the dining room, love it!

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  8. Oklahoma Houses By MailOklahoma Houses By Mail says: 82 comments
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    Tulsa, OK

    This is a pattern home from JH Daverman and Son. Design No 124.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ffshoe/35063000584/in/album-72157665155521735/

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