November 12, 2018 House Sampler

Added to OHD on 11/12/18 - Last OHD Update: 11/12/18 - 9 Comments
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1206 W 4th Ave, Corsicana, TX - $195,000
If you like the uniqueness of older homes, don't miss this! Beautiful historical home with all original hardwood flooring under carpet. Spacious 3 bedroom, one and half bathroom with dressing room attached to full bath. Large living area, formal dining and breakfast room all add up to a great floor plan for anyone. All the original charm has been kept in this one. Lovely landscaping with sprinkler system. 2 car garage w work space.Working elevator, original fixtures, corner lot, 2 ac heat units, basement..we could go on and on about this beauty!


167 Mountain Rd, Halifax, VA - $169,000 Foreclosure
Great older home located in the Heart of Halifax! Lots of charm with brick exterior, wide plank hardwood floors and updated kitchen and bathrooms. Must see to appreciate!


413 W C St, Rainier, OR - $399,000
Incredible river views from one side of the property to the other. Beautiful custom touches from the 20's with built in cabinets and storage throughout home. Woodwork on all levels that bring the charm of the past to the present. Walk through the formal entry to be welcomed with the unique staircase that will make you feel like you stepped back in time. Updated windows, roof, electrical, and plumbing


3317 S Kinnickinnic Ave Milwaukee, WI - $359,000
Very unique opportunity to own a piece of Milwaukee history! The Russel Bennett house dates back to 1855, noted for the Gothic Revival architectural details throughout the exterior of the home with its arch windows, decorative bargeboards & finials. The cream city bricks were fired at the same local yard used for the St. Francis Seminary Grounds. A grand foyer greets you when you enter the home, with access to two spacious living spaces full of historical charm. The lower level also includes a kitchen, a full bath, and a dining room. The upper level has three bedrooms along with a full bath & an flex living room. A private staircase was added for access to the upper level and for rental income potential. This house is truly one of a kind when it comes to its history and quality of build!


2238 Portland Ave, Louisville, KY - $140,000
This huge historic home has loads of potential! Original fireplaces, stained glass, ornate woodwork, pocket doors, hardware, and hardwood floors are still intact. Two doors down from the Portland Museum, and two blocks from the Dolfinger, Anchor Building, and Portland Stroll District. With some love and care, you could restore this home to its former glory.


14 Edgewood Rd, Staunton, VA - $269,000
Price Reduced! Charming cinder block cottage designed for famed local architect TJ Collins son Harry Collins by his brother. Every inch of this property has something special and unique, from the floors to the window seats, to the beautiful beams throughout the living spaces. This home is truly one-of-a-kind. The current owners have updated throughout, and recently had the entire property professionally landscaped. Fenced in back yard is a plus! The neighborhood is truly lovely, and it is set among other beautiful homes. Entertaining all offers, owners motivated! 3 cars can park up front, more along Windsor Rd. Check pictures for details.


9 Comments on November 12, 2018 House Sampler

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9829 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Yup, I forgot again. 🙂

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  2. AvatarStevenF says: 699 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I like the last one the best! The only room that seems to have had the charm rehabbed out of it, is that first room with the day bed and the bay window. The rest is pretty cool.

    • Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1827 comments

      Agreed! That last one… I love its stone exterior, and it’s a cute house inside, too.

  3. AvatarCindy says: 134 comments
    1866 Italianate/Queen Anne
    Brunswick, MO

    I’ve always wondered what the Gothic house in Milwaukee, Wi looked like inside. Very disappointing. The staircase and bay window are nice, but the rest is a horrible injustice, not much of the original interior is left. No old house should have to be subject to this.

  4. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 777 comments
    1875 Limestone house
    Loire Valley, France,

    The last house is just gorgeous and comfy, would love to live in it! And I love the exterior, it almost looks French but the bow-window makes it look rather British.

    And the first one, the Gothic revival, whereas i just love the exterior with the stones and gingerbread trim on the gables, the inside is rather Hollywood Regency and makes it look like the house had an identity crisis. I don’t really get why updating to such a style into such a house.

    • BethsterBethster says: 764 comments
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      1927 Spanish
      NY (house is in VA), NY

      Miss-Apple37, I agree with you and Cindy about the Gothic revival. Even after I read both your comments, I was not prepared for just how unappetizing the interior was. The decor choices are strange and offputting. And while those could be changed, there’s so much of it I’d have to get rid of, it wouldn’t be worth the expense and trouble (unless I wanted to live in that exact location and had the money and leisure to take on the project). And what is up with that French door that’s bricked over? Who does that?

      • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9829 comments
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        1901 Folk Victorian
        Chestatee, GA

        Y’all nailed why it didn’t get it’s own post. But I think for the right person, just the exterior alone would be worth fixing the interior for.

  5. AvatarSara says: 16 comments

    Love the elevator of the one in Texas, and the kitchen. And the house itself would be easy to make nice since all the rooms are so basic and plain and lovely with big windows. Just get rid of all that frilly furniture and take out the carpet, plant native plants in the yard and let all that super water-sucking grass die, and this house could be supreme!

  6. BethsterBethster says: 764 comments
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    1927 Spanish
    NY (house is in VA), NY

    I really like that Rainier, Oregon, house. Sure, there are things I’d change—carpet I’d remove, flooring I’d redo—but it’s so pretty outside, with a lovely view. And while those kitchen cabinets aren’t as old as the house, I like them, so I’d hate to tear them out. But overall, I have to admit, I’m partly drawn to it because of all the stuff on display. It’s cluttered and hectic, just like my home! 😀

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