1923 Colonial Revival – Hamlet, NC – $105,000

For Sale
Added to OHD on 5/16/18 - Last OHD Update: 5/16/18 - 10 Comments
405 Hylan Ave, Hamlet, NC 28345

Map: Street

Price

$105,000

Foreclosure

Beds

5

Baths

3

Acres

3.52

BEAUTIFUL HISTORICAL HOME. Nestled on 3.52 Acres. Huge Walk Out Basement. Master Bedroom on Main Floor With Private Bathroom. 4 Spacious Bedrooms Upstairs. Huge Walk Up Attic for Storage. Sits on a Corner Lot. This is A Deal You Don't Want to Miss!!!
Contact Details
Jamie P. Moss, RE/MAX Southern Realty
(910) 895-9191
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10 Comments on 1923 Colonial Revival – Hamlet, NC – $105,000

  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 8023 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted before, you can view the old listing photos here:
    https://www.oldhousedreams.com/2017/05/25/1923-colonial-revival-hamlet-nc-2/




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  2. StevenF says: 362 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I love these well built interwar homes and this one could be very nice. I love the 1960’s flower motif on the basement floor. The rooms are a decorator’s dream with good proportions and nice woodwork/fireplace mantels. My dad practiced medicine in Hamlet (we lived a few towns over) – it’s a nice little town, kind of in the middle of nowhere, which is a good thing in my opinion. It has a very cool old train station that was still in use when I would come home for Christmas, but was moved across the street and turned into a museum in the aughties.

    here’s a link showing before and after pics.
    http://www.trainweb.org/usarail/hamlet.htm

    I almost prefer the pre-rehabbed version, which I know is perverse.
    BTW, this makes me feel old. 🙁




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  3. Karen B says: 185 comments

    So surprised why this house hasn’t been snatched up. It has so much going for it. Lots of house and land for the money with a little elbow grease. If I was looking to move to that area in town, I would certainly look at this one!




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  4. RossRoss says: 2168 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Damn.

    Now I want giant hippie flowers on my basement floor.




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  5. RossRoss says: 2168 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    This house sits on a HUGE lot in an attractive neighborhood.

    I see nothing seriously wrong with it. And the price seems to reflect the issues.

    Love the pink bath. I would restore that. Ditto for the original bathroom.




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    • RobynMeRobynMe says: 115 comments
      1907 George F. Barber
      Hamlet, NC

      Apologies for delayed reply – my own house keeps distracting me!

      It is indeed a HUGE lot, which is why the house is actually not *cheaper* than it is given the condition. While Hamlet is kinda central nowhere, it’s also centered everywhere. 2 hours to Charlotte or Raleigh or Columbia or beach… I’m loving this town and all the great old houses! Again – if anyone is serious, I can walk over and get more pictures!




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  6. kate says: 28 comments

    This is the kind of house that most “normal” people walk- no, RUN away from, but most of us here would LOVE to get our hands on this!! Wow!!




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  7. Jayl65 says: 13 comments

    I grew up not very far from Hamlet. It’s in a great location in Piedmont NC not far away from Pinehurst. Also near Town Creek Indian Mound. It was quiet wealthy near the turn of the century because of the railroad. One of my greatest adventures as a child was taking a Greyhound bus with my grandmother to visit my aunt in the mountains of NC. We traveled through Hamlet on to Rockingham and Charlotte on the way. I remember stopping in Hamlet to allow new passengers to board and my grandmother and I getting off the bus to get a coke and peanuts. We hurried trying not to take to long In fear of getting left by the bus in Hamlet.

    Hamlet has a picturesque quality to it that speaks of its wealth of the past. Being Native American and growing up in a predominantly Native community, Hamlet was the first all white/European town after leaving the county I grew up in. I always thought everyone there must be rich. Lol, I guess it appeared that way to a child anyway.




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