1890 Classical Revival – Moultrie, GA – $479,900

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Added to OHD on 5/16/18   -   Last OHD Update: 5/16/18   -   10 Comments
305 2nd Ave SE, Moultrie, GA 31768

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Do you love historic homes?? Do you want one as your primary residence? Do you want an event venue or a Bed and Breakfast?? This home is would be perfect for any or all of those things. Large rooms, 2 kitchens, formal living, formal dining, screen porch, large front porch and balcony, two staircases, and several exquisite woodwork make this a once in a lifetime home. The large carriage house could be perfect for outdoor events as well are the large extra lot with beautiful iron fencing and large newel posts. The stone and concrete fence in the front of the home is original to the property. Make an appointment today!
Contact Details
Chuck Ramsey, United Country/Searcy Realty
(229) 263-9797
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10 Comments on 1890 Classical Revival – Moultrie, GA – $479,900

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  1. LorrieJo says: 40 comments

    Beautiful home! Especially liked that pink bathroom! All the beautifyl woodwork and that staircase!

  2. Dr. Peterson says: 112 comments

    Nice property. I would immediately remove the fluorescent light fixtures that were added in so many of the rooms.

  3. woeisme says: 86 comments

    The fluorescent lights have got to go. It’s very open and inviting. It looks like you could get lost in there. Great old house.

  4. Paul says: 1 comments

    I love the elongated or deep stair treads which makes the stairway, more comfortable to climb. Pretty cool house.

  5. Lori A says: 48 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Yukon, OK

    Does anyone know what that pole on the porch is in pic 27? it looks like a hat rack maybe? just a guess of course

    • Vernon Brady says: 1 comments

      Probably for plants

    • Lee Campbell says: 1 comments

      Not a hat rack. But see. How the rods swing around so they are together, and are longer at base, with what looks like a candle holder on the tips?? It may have been a Christmas Tree decoration. For Mr. Bridges florist shop. 🙂

  6. KarenZ says: 834 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Absolutely gorgeous house! I also love that pink bathroom and would ask them to leave that vintage MD office scale! That cement and stone fence is amazing when you think about how long it’s been there exposed to the elements!

  7. stephen says: 30 comments

    Smashing! simply Smashing! Eclecticity abounds. The interior, and the exterior, in agreement, and living comfortably with each other. A true Southern “mansion”.

  8. rlschell says: 9 comments

    This housed Julian Bridges Florist for many a moon. The library is half a block down, which means it would be the most perfect place ever if you’re a book nerd like me. I’m so happy to see photos of it, because I’ve driven past it a million times and wanted to see what it looked like inside!

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