1886 Queen Anne – Greenville, GA

Added to OHD on 6/3/18   -   Last OHD Update: 11/3/20   -   18 Comments
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705 Woodbury Hwy, Greenville, GA 30222

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  • $146,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3908 Sq Ft
  • 0.69 Ac.
BEAUTIFUL CA 1886 HISTORIC VICTORIAN STYLE TWO STORY HOME located on a large lot in downtown Greenville. Walk to post office, restaurants & shops downtown. Wrap around front porch 9'+ ceilings. Spacious 13x18 rooms. Crown molding. Original heart pine floors in great condition! Separate dining room w/built-in china cabinet. Two large greatrooms. Gorgeous bath downstairs, tiled with separate vanities & a garden tub. Screened porch overlooks backyard. Outbuildings, dog run. Needs some work, but a great deal! Over 3,900 s/f!
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18 Comments on 1886 Queen Anne – Greenville, GA

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  1. BethanyBethany says: 3450 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    That upstairs hallway is amazing!

  2. Heidi Merkel says: 158 comments

    Ohhh that exterior…… love love love. I want some wrought iron fencing to top it off!

  3. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12146 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Doing some post maintenance. Posted 2014, has been on/off market since but not yet sold. Moved to front page.

    • cyberc says: 92 comments

      I drive past this house on a regular basis. It doesn’t look as good in person, as it does in the photos. Surrounded by businesses or lost buildings, you can see the most stunning courthouse from the front porch. The town of Greenville is really COOL! If you follow the road around the courthouse and continue down Hwy 109, you will see some of he most stunningly beautiful OLD HOUSES meticulously maintained and loved by their owners. I don’t think there’s any other old houses on this side of the road but I could be wrong. The paint job on this house is what grabs the eye. That’s why I remember it so fondly. I hope someone buys this place, before it becomes 1 of those lost buildings.

  4. BETTY SHEIDLER says: 8 comments

    What a beauty! I cannot believe it hasn’t been snatched up at that price.

  5. Karen I says: 171 comments

    First thing that came to mind was a B&B. That front fence and gate need to be a little more, ummm, antique/decorative. I looked up Greenville, GA. Looks like an active, old small town – a place where kids can grow up safely.

  6. Louba says: 18 comments

    Needs work? Where?

  7. Glorybe says: 133 comments

    A desirable home!

  8. Kfidei says: 343 comments

    This house is amazing, and I am not usually a fan of red exteriors. The only obvious repair needed is that portion of the exterior siding on the single window gable, but everything else looks to be in great shape. THOSE FLOORS! Heart pine is so coveted down here, and just about impossible to get any more. Gorgeous! Love the size of the kitchen–great for those of use who love company while we cook.

  9. The Game MasterThe Game Master says: 10 comments
    gurpsgm@gmail.com Harrisonburg, VA

    I believe that this is the =best= home I have seen in Old House Dreams ever! If it is not sold already, please feel fee to contact me!

  10. MazamaGrammy says: 344 comments

    Beautiful! Doesn’t look like it needs much work done.

  11. MimiMimi says: 187 comments
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    Rochester, MN

    Beautiful staircase & fabulous details!

  12. Sara says: 14 comments

    Other than one bathroom (with the striped wallpaper) and carpet removal, what work? I love how plain the walls are for the most part. Lots of people seem to want to put patterns everywhere, which would be great if the patterns were great and went together (with the furniture/carpets) but most often they aren’t and they don’t. The house might need new water or gas lines, I suppose, which could be an investment! I love the upstairs hallway, too. It’s like another room!

  13. says: 7 comments

    I’ll take it!

  14. says: 236 comments

    Love the staircase and all the woodwork.

  15. Stephanie Brielmaier says: 101 comments

    Be still my heart! I agree with all the love for the floors, staircase and woodwork! And that the fence needs to be changed. But oh, I could be happy living here I think!!!

  16. MichaelMichael says: 2861 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    I love the bead board on the ceilings as well as all the original woodwork……not painted white!

  17. Kfidei says: 343 comments

    I actually like the fence everyone seems to want to get rid of… not fancy, true, but very much like the ones in my grandmother’s neighborhood. It looks to be quite old, as I haven’t seen a fence like that in a long while. I like the little ring detail under the top rail, and the retro look of the wire. I would plant a lovely, old fashioned flowering hedge behind it, line both sides of the walk with low growing blooms in curvaceous flower beds, take the blooms right up into pots on the porch and enjoy the vintage look. Because of the rust, I might paint the fence gloss black, but I like it just as it is. (I think I would add a bell to the gate, too)

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