1926 Colonial Revival – Macon, GA

Details below are from February 2018, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 2/2/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   18 Comments
Off Market / Archived

111 Buford Pl Macon, GA 31204

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  • $232,500
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 3818 Sq Ft
  • 0.57 Ac.
Step back in time as you enter this very elegant, timeless brick home. Soaring ceilings, inlaid wood floors, Built-in China Cabinets, leaded glass windows, sconce lighting, and so many original details. Grand staircase and impressive formal foyer. Charming iron gates, wrought iron fencing and brick walls in private backyard. Beautiful old Live Oak Trees. . Free standing garage Slate Roof.....Price Reflects condition of Property
Contact Information
Cyndi Ferrell, Sheridan, Solomon & Assoc.
478-808-9582
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18 Comments on 1926 Colonial Revival – Macon, GA

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11783 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Across the street from this one: https://www.oldhousedreams.com/2016/06/29/1915-colonial-revival-macon-ga/

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    • Colleen J says: 1170 comments

      Hard to pick which one I like best, except the price on this one is cheaper than the link one, I love the stairs in this one too, would make lovely pictures for a bride to come down those stairs.

  2. southwest guy says: 48 comments

    What a lovely home this is. Furnished and decoratied it would shine. Unfortunatly the 4 lane street is a negative for some people, including myself. Having lived on a relative busy street, the noise and pollution are major factors.

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  3. StevenFStevenF says: 834 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    This house is a jewel box! The entry and powder rooms are a designer’s dream. Macon seems to have some very pretty homes. I’d have no trouble with the four lane road that runs along side; it appears residential, not commercial.

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  4. Cathy F. says: 2208 comments

    That has to be the fanciest telephone niche I’ve ever seen, so far!

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  5. zoomy says: 535 comments

    I could not love this house more!!!! I love every speck of it (OK, except for the kitchen, but it’s not too bad.) The bathrooms are to die for!!! If only I could move to Georgia!! Inside and out, this is a great, great house!!!

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  6. Sage says: 27 comments

    Thanks Kelly for this lovely house tour. Do you or anyone in this forum know whether there are products to remove pet stains on wood floors? If not, I presume the only alternative is to stain the wood to the color/hue of the pet stain.

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    • Gina S. says: 24 comments

      Gordonr, can you elaborate on the “area rug” treatment? I had the same thought as Sage when I saw the floors in this stunning house. Please let us in on the secret!! Thanks! Gina S.

      • Jbilly says: 51 comments

        The “area rug” treatment…too funny! Throw an area rug over the spot and voila! Spot gone! I believe the only way to remove is to refinish the floors….sand them down and refinish. If you try to stain over a spot you run the risk of pets marking over the spot. Dogs can immediately find a spot and make it theirs.

        Lovely house!

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        • DianeEG says: 547 comments

          We bought a craftsman with lots of pet stains under the carpet. Tried to sand down but it got to the point where it was going to affect the integrity of the boards. We stained them dark AND used area rugs. Unless there’s a plastic barrier under carpet, people may clean the carpet pet stains but it’s already soaked into the backing, pad and wood and that causes deep stains.

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        • Gina S. says: 24 comments

          To JBilly and DianeEG – I guess I was just hoping there was some miracle “cure” that I’d never heard of before, so thanks for your responses! I got a good laugh, though!

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          • Peter J says: 36 comments

            You can try bleaching the offending area! Sand the varnish off, get a towel soaked in a bleach solution and place it over the stain.

  7. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1116 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1947 Ranch
    OR

    Charming, lovely home. With the exception of the kitchen I would change very little. It must have been a real showplace in its day.

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  8. Carolina Balsamello Kemna says: 20 comments

    Every single time I looked at one room I’d fall in love And then the next and the next got even more elegant & I am Soo in love with this home!! The photography is wonderfully done!

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  9. georgiacorvettegeorgiacorvette says: 4 comments
    Milledgeville, GA

    Our architect lives in an older restored home just across the 4 lane (Vineville) from this home. It’s an area of wonderful old large character homes. The 4 lane can be very busy so whoever buys this home would want to install some sort of buffer along that side of the property to keep the street noise down. Beautiful home.

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  10. Rick R. says: 42 comments

    I love this house. It’s hard to beat the “bang for the buck” that one can get with traditional houses of the 1920’s-1950’s. The materials used are of very high quality. My only small complaint with this one is the over use of the “picture frame” molding in almost every room. I like it ok maybe in one or two rooms. The paint colors used in this house are very nice, and I just believe that those particular moldings detract more than they add. Great house! Also love the one across the street, although not enough yard.

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  11. Jamesthegood says: 91 comments

    In regard to pet stains on wood-had very good luck with our greek revival that had severe staining throughout many years. We had to sand but used product for pet stains/odor that uses a natural and benefitial enzyme producing bacteria. The living bacteria feed on the old stains from pets and then they go away. No more odor and lightened the stained (after 4 applications ) area enough to make it not as noticable but a definite improvement. Best costs a bit more but more concentrated. Hey it worth a try-our pets didnt notice the areas at all.

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  12. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 442 comments

    Utterly beautiful home!!!
    Around every corner is some delightful surprise!!! The attention to detail is remarkable!! The kitchen is the only drab spot, but not irredeemable. The busy streets might require the skills of a serious landscape designer to buffer the noise and filter the pollution.

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