c. 1860 – Georgetown, OH

SOLD / Archived From 2018
Added to OHD on 1/12/18 - Last OHD Update: 2/21/18 - 19 Comments
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nice, historical style house, great location in town. needs some repairs. but location, location, location, this has all the charm of the turn of the century, just needs you to bring it out! 7 days on market before offers can be looked at Seller may accept an offer any time prior.
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19 Comments on c. 1860 – Georgetown, OH

  1. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 8332 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Noting the description, this home has been on the market 9 days now.

  2. Victorianinmymind says: 12 comments

    Love the curved staircase!

  3. Denise A says: 31 comments

    It’s odd, the listing says one bathroom, but there are clearly two in this house. Love the staircase.

  4. Bonnie says: 2 comments

    It says one bath, but am I not seeing two in the pictures???

  5. Kelly, OHD adminKelly, OHD admin says: 8332 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I go by property records, which said 1 bath. I rarely actually count them in listing photos to be sure.

  6. Teri R says: 258 comments

    With some love, this could be charming! What a wonderful yard and neighboring homes! While “virtual touring” down the street from the home above at 411 S Main, found this pretty old gal for sale at 500 S Main. The front porch and stairway are very pretty! https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sale/78960783_zpid/priced_sort/38.905127,-83.838902,38.832955,-83.96988_rect/12_zm/1_fr/?

  7. Diane says: 11 comments

    Any idea why the caution tape in the staircase pic?

    • Marsha says: 2 comments

      It’s a bank owned foreclosed home, I can tell from the blue tape and papers in the bathrooms. I own a business that does this type of work. The tape could be there is some type of damage to the floor or walls inside that room. We sometimes use that tape to warn other occupancy inspectors the banks send into the home.

  8. Old House Wannabe says: 8 comments

    What’s with the caution tape across the one doorway in the foyer?

  9. Amita Ghosh says: 1 comments

    Who is the realtor for the property? Do you have any contact information for them? I am interested in contacting them. Thanks.

    • Kelly, Old House Dreams adminKelly, Old House Dreams admin says: 506 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      It’s right under the description, up top.

  10. Ali Katze says: 5 comments

    I live near here. I called a realtor friend who called the agent. The house needs a new roof. Currently it is under a tarp.

  11. darla says: 109 comments

    one bathroom doesn’t look quite finished — maybe it can’t yet be legally included in the description.

  12. StonaciousStonacious says: 1 comments

    Wow, really nice.

  13. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4091 comments

    Until I saw photos of the staircase and newel I wasn’t sure how old this house actually is. I now concur with the 1860’s suggested construction date although additional evidence of this period is difficult to find in the interior. The pedimented gable with return ends suggests the Greek Revival style so that may indicate its original style. The Classical/Colonial Revival style front porch appears to be an early 1900’s replacement. The house seems like a good value at this low price.

  14. abevy says: 329 comments

    Pretty front exterior. Nice curved stairway. Seems good price. But alas in town.

  15. Vaorie Fields says: 1 comments

    I grew up in the brick house next door to this one. At that time, a sweet retired couple lived there and took a great deal of pride in the house. They passed away within a year or two of each other sometime in the early 80s. The house was so beautiful then. It also had a railing around the entire top of the porch roof. So sad to see it like this. Also, the bathroom(s) and kitchen were entirely different then. I hope someone saves it and makes it lovely again.


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