c. 1850 – Greenwood, LA – $89,900

For Sale
Added to OHD on 10/11/17 - Last OHD Update: 12/4/17 - 10 Comments
7067 Nixon St, Greenwood, LA 71033
  • $89,900
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 1
  • Sqft: 1760
  • Map: Street View
Own A Piece Of History. Built Around 1850 "The Cedars" Was Hand Crafted Mostly From Timbers Of And By The Cedars On This Massive Property. Listed On The Caddo Historic Site. Tall Ceilings Thru Out And An Additional +/-800 Foot Upstairs Room With Windows Surrounding You. This Is Not Included In The Square Footage. Large Beautiful Formal Living Area, 3 Bedroom With The Option To Finish Upstairs For A 4th Bedroom Or Study/Writing/Craft Room. Large Lot In The Middle Of Greenwood.
Contact Details
Lori Beeman, Keller Williams Realty      (318) 213-1555
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10 Comments on c. 1850 – Greenwood, LA – $89,900

  1. So pretty! I hope for more photos, too! I love the central hall and entryway! And, oh, the deep, front porch! Thanks for sharing, Kelly!

  2. Hall looks fine and the exterior does as well. Nice clean looking neighborhood in the google aerial. If you wanted to buy in the area, it appears to be a good prospect.

  3. Love the foyer! It’s a room on it’s own, what we can see is nice, I too would love to see more pictures.

  4. I went thru this house not long ago. The L shaped back porch is lovely and there is a well or cistern covered there on the porch. You can barely see it in one photo. Nice yard, and nice small town. It’s in decent shape. Small kitchen and one bath. The lady selling it came there as a child. She is delightful. Hope it goes to a nice family,

    • Thanks’ for commenting Debbie. If you would please; what is with those upper bands of square windows at the back? Is there a room or rooms up there? Looks really interesting. Thanks’ 🙂

  5. I can hear the LA accent already… this home is the house I think of when I think of To Kill a Mockingbird… the deep South charm.

  6. My parents built a home in this little town in 1982. I lived with them for a few months, then moved on to my own life. Their home was on the edge of the town at that time, and this house is in the original part, as you would imagine from the age. It is a cool little village. A block from this house is the Trosper House, which was my friend’s grandparents plantation. Unfortunately, it is falling apart. If you look at this listed house on google earth, you will see the Trosper home close by, with its red roof. Mrs. Trosper, before she married, was a Miss Texas in the 20’s, and their daughter was a good friend of Tommy Sands, who grew up in Greenwood. If my situation was different, I would run out and buy this one tomorrow.


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