Sylvester, GA – $210,000

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Added to OHD on 1/27/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/9/19   -   12 Comments
3149 Ga Highway 112 S, Sylvester, GA 31791

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  • $210,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2206 Sq Ft
  • 6.9 Ac.
BEAUTIFUL old farmhouse with multiple barns and 7 acres to call yours! This picturesque home was built during the turn of the century and still stands tall today. Owned by the same family since the late 1800's, this property is on the market and ready for its new owners. Warm and inviting, this home features 2206 square feet, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a formal dining room, high ceilings and amazing light from all the large windows. This property would be a perfect homeplace or could even be transformed into an event venue that would surely be popular! Come see this property for yourself and just imagine what you could do with this one-of-a kind historic home!
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Annick Smith, Coldwell Banker Walden and Kirkland
(229) 436-8811 / 229-603-3546
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12 Comments on Sylvester, GA – $210,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10343 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I like this way better than my house. 🙂

    Some changes I’d make in the kitchen and a old new front door otherwise everything is spot on to my kind of house. Seeing the 2/2 windows makes me happy. 🙂 Build date shown on record is 1900 but I’m guessing it’s 1880’s based on the tree being planted in 1881 (my assumption.)

    • Avatarrlschell says: 10 comments

      Sometime between 1870 and 1880, at a guess? Mack Calhoun and Elizabeth Anna Folsom Calhoun were living in Lafayette county during the 1870 census, but were in Worth county for the 1880 census.

  2. AvatarDeniseLynn says: 239 comments

    Beautifully decorated home!!! Especially like the red living & dining rooms. The kitchen is small but adorably done. Love the front porch and brick patio too. The only negative I can come up with, and it has nothing to do with the house itself, is the fire extinguisher in the corner of the dining area. Not getting that.

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 4558 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      I second that Denise. Not my style; but really VERY lovely, bright, warm, and welcoming. I really like that red too. 🙂

      This is still my favorite red parlor:
      [click the image for view larger]
      If you follow that link to the photographer’s main Flickr page, (Watson Brown is EdgecombePlanter), you’ll find the deepest and most enthralling rabbit hole of old houses, and a myriad of other old buildings, all delightfully and expertly captured. Don’t miss it!!! 🙂
      For sure don’t miss this one:

  3. AvatarClund says: 146 comments

    Hello front porch! What a charming house and property. I love the sign for the old tree, and the old tree itself.

  4. AvatarDeborah W Mann says: 176 comments

    I really like this house. I would repaint over the dark red paint. I prefer lighter colors to make the room look brighter.

  5. AvatarElaine Howell says: 17 comments

    Love this home!

  6. AvatarKate says: 26 comments

    I love this house. It makes me sad knowing it is not going to stay in the family.

  7. LISA WELCHLISA WELCH says: 31 comments

    I would change the door and I am a white house kinda person, I don’t care for the red color. The kitchen is cute but needs to be bigger.

  8. Avatarkawaiikami says: 29 comments

    This home, what can I say? The porch is so welcoming! The colors are deep. I’d love to see a red tin roof! However, My feeling is for the home. Yes it’s pretty. The land is stunning. The history to have had it stay in the same family since I’m assuming its build date, well one can’t help but get a melancholy feeling that the home is crying that her family is gone.

  9. AvatarStacy says: 210 comments

    I really don’t think I’d change anything, I love it. Id just respect the way it is.. And yes, so sad it won’t stay in the family..

  10. Avatarpamibach says: 120 comments

    I love old farmhouses, they aren’t trying to be something they aren’t


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