c. 1900 – Hartwell, GA

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4377 Reed Creek Hwy Hartwell, GA 30643

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  • $60,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1437 Sq Ft
  • 0.95 Ac.
Great investment opportunity. 1900's Farm House ready to be remodeled. Convenient to Lake Hartwell and multiple boat ramps. House sits on .95+/- acres. Bring your ideas and make this your next place to call home. Property is Sold as is with no property disclosure. Seller has never occupied property.
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Daniel Campbell, Keller Williams
(706) 316-2900
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10 Comments on c. 1900 – Hartwell, GA

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11836 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks to tess for sharing. She mentioned taxes are only $252/year, wow!

  2. Memosonic says: 15 comments

    Beautiful unpainted woodwork, just needs a little updating in the bath and kitchen.

  3. South Carolina says: 4 comments

    Hartwell, Ga….
    Looks like Miss Celie and Sofia and Shug Avery from The Color Purple might step out the front door of this one……

    • tess says: 297 comments

      Interesting, when we saw this house last week it reminded my husband of Shawshank Redemption. The scene where Morgan Freeman is walking down the country road. Maybe this house has value as a movie location. I picture it as a cotton farm once upon a time.

  4. Jane Householder says: 2 comments

    Is all that wood “shiplap”?

  5. Van says: 3 comments

    Hartwell is a very nice town.
    Located on lake Hartwell “on the South Carolina border”. Great for boating and fishing.
    Nice people, great town square.
    Surrounded by farm land. My father in law raised black Angus breading cows, between Hartwell and Royston. I’ve been to car shows when they close the town square and have a good time.

  6. SueSue says: 529 comments
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    1802 Cape

    What a wonderful house. How charming and lovely it could be. What pains me is that it sits right next to all that acreage yet has so little itself. It’s a perfect small farm home.

  7. Melanie Barnett Park says: 19 comments

    I wonder how you sell a property with no disclosure

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