1932 Tudor Revival – Hazlehurst, MS

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Added to OHD on 1/30/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   18 Comments
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124 Jackson St, Hazlehurst, MS 39083

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  • $39,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2038 Sq Ft
  • 0.75 Ac.
Prestigious Home sitting on a hill. This home has original hardwood floors and so much to offer. Huge living room with fireplace and a sitting room to the right. Large kitchen with large formal dining room and an additional breakfast room with built in antique china cabinet. The Master Bedroom is large with a fireplace and master bath has soaker tub and a separate vanity area with seating space. 2 other bedrooms share a bath with claw foot tub. This home could be a show place with a little work and sits on .75 acre lot. Call your agent today for a personal tour.
Contact Information
Daniel Ward, RE/MAX Connection
(601) 326-3670
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18 Comments on 1932 Tudor Revival – Hazlehurst, MS

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11887 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I first looked at the street view before looking inside, it’s so sad to see the condition. But it’s such a cute home, I’m sure someone will come to it’s rescue.

    • Ron G says: 172 comments

      Its sad to see these vintage homes left to rot and sometimes fall into disrepair. This home in its present condition probably wouldn’t require a large investment unless there are some serious issues that weren’t mentioned by the realtor. Its probably priced below market value to move it, hopefully sooner then later.

    • Cathy F. says: 2239 comments

      Well, at least one of the pics shows tarps over the roof, so that’s a good sign. A little sign, but still… Yep, restored, would be a neat house. Plenty of curb appeal, nice sized lot, and the interior has lots of potential.

    • RogerRoger says: 30 comments
      Lancaster, OH

      Hi. I like looking at all the old homes.
      I don’t know that I would call or consider the bathtub as a claw foot tub.
      This bathtub has no claw feet and sits on a pedestal type stand.
      I’m not sure if pedestal is correct term and the tub is shaped like most old claw foot bathtubs.

  2. Randy CRandy C says: 454 comments
    OHD Supporter

    2015 Reverse Ranch 1/2
    Olathe, KS

    I agree. I’ve never understood how someone could just let their investment disintegrate for lack of basic maintenance. Looks like a little roof maintenance could have prevented some serious leak damage. Street view is lovely and the home is as well. Hopefully, someone will realize the potential and save this home.

    • Rebecca Campbell says: 141 comments

      I hope you never have to understand how someone could do this. However, when you are older and on a fixed income it sometimes get to the point that it is either home maintenance or food and meds, utility bills or food and meds. It is not always and easy decision. Some of us fall into that gray area where we make to much to get any assistance but not enough to live a normal, well repaired, well fed life, but God provides and we do what we have to.

  3. Doreen says: 241 comments

    Lots of roofing issues. Lots. If it’s sat for very long with the obvious things I spotted (soffit is completely rotted away, letting critters into the attic), there could also now be foundation issues. Proceed with caution.

    • RosewaterRosewater says: 6037 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      Those front chimneys in this style are almost always an issue, and must be carefully maintained to prevent water intrusion.

      Lovely brick work. Back fireplace is a big +!

      • Joseph says: 366 comments

        Should have had a cricket in back of the chimney. Surprised to not see that, since it would appear to have been a quality home. Still, you could do it when you redo the roof.

        • Cathy F. says: 2239 comments

          My back chimney (was originally for the kitchen stove) needed – and now has – a cricket; I had no idea what they were until I noticed a small leak and got advice as how to address the issue. Am sort of surprised that the roofing guys didn’t tell me about it when I had a new roof put on quite a few years ago.

        • Doreen says: 241 comments

          Roofers, for some reason, don’t like to do crickets anymore. I BEGGED for one to be installed behind my brand-new $20,000 chimney to no avail. I can’t tell you the issues I have had with the gutters and flashing since then…I’ve had everything repaired at least 6 times and still have a leak somewhere. I won’t even go into how misogynistic this whole ordeal has turned. I, apparently, don’t know what I’m talking about. Never mind that I have degrees in building preservation/restoration, or that I’ve had my own firm for 15 years (I can’t do this work myself anymore, or I would. Trust me).

  4. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1061 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.

    Please buy me, fix me, and love me again, for I am a sad little lonely house.

  5. Tess says: 307 comments

    What’s with the traffic cones? Big tree down, septic leak? Rose is right. There is a reason chimneys are placed on roof peaks.

  6. MichaelMichael says: 2392 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    Such a cute house but a lot bigger than the front shows. While I see that it does need a new roof with a proper cricket at the fireplace and probably some of the soffits as well, I don’t see any visual signs of any other problems. The brick work is in excellent shape and doesn’t seem to have any cracking or separation, which tells me the foundation might be alright. For the price it seems like a good buy but I don’t know the area.


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