c. 1883 – Rome, GA

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316 E 3rd Ave. Rome, GA 30161

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  • $319,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 4899 Sq Ft
  • 1 Ac.
Impressive Victorian home, circa 1883, built by Dr Hyllier after the Civil War w/tons of character details and history! Located Downtown Rome, 3 blocks from Broad St, Between Rivers Historic District. Close to Berry College, Shorter College, FMC, Redmond Hospitals, Harbin Clinic. 4 or 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths, very large rooms, tall ceilings, gorgeous wood floors, expansive foyer, original ornate carved staircase, 5 decorative fireplaces, beautiful period light fixtures, chandeliers and scones, master on main, banquet size dining room, large kitchen area w/den, big island, stainless appliances. Big front porch, big terraced back yard. Roof, 4 hvac systems and water heater all approx 6 yrs old. Priced to sell! Add your cosmetic updates and make it yours!.
Contact Information
Mimi Richards, Toles, Temple & Wright, Inc.
(706) 291-0202
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7 Comments on c. 1883 – Rome, GA

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11864 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    There are old older listing photos and a little more history on an old listing on Oldhouses.com.

  2. Kimberly62Kimberly62 says: 1299 comments
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    1980/2010 board & batten modern

    Beautiful lights

  3. DeniseLynn says: 231 comments

    There are some GORGEOUS chandeliers in this house! ❤️

  4. Heather says: 21 comments

    Rome is a fun little town with some neat architecture. It’s only a little more than an hour from Chattanooga or Atlanta, but not on the interstate so it has retained its cute downtown.

  5. Amy says: 58 comments

    If I were going to live in Rome it would be in this lovely district, although industrialization has crept up to it on one side. For a sleepy Georgia town, there is a LOT of traffic, but this area provides the ability to walk to the restored downtown, if you’re willing to climb steep hills. A number of the houses Between the Rivers are in good condition and have some beautiful architecture. Yards are small, as in most downtown areas.

  6. Marc says: 225 comments

    A few years ago I was relocating from Florida to Idaho for my first new job in a difficult career transition. My 17 year old truck broke down in Cartersville, GA. I spent an unplanned week there because my engine was shot and I had to buy a new truck, which I found in Rome. It was stressful to say the least, but everyone I met in the area was incredibly generous, kind and helpful. And the country between Cartersville and Rome is gorgeous. I’ve have a sweet spot in my heart for northern Georgia ever since.

  7. Stacy says: 390 comments

    Absolutely beautiful!!


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