1906 Classical Revival – Richland, GA – $169,900

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Added to OHD on 2/19/19   -   Last OHD Update: 3/23/19   -   16 Comments
124 Phillips St Richland, GA 31825

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Price

$169,900

Beds

6

Baths

3

SqFt

4594

Acres

1.11

A wonderful completely updated historic mansion. It desires a wonderful family as it has bed rooms galore and 3 huge bathrooms. The master bathroom has been renovated and screams resort style tile and a very luxurious shower. Heads up Military families, active or retired, this is 20 minutes to Ft Benning on a 4 lane. So much to see and so much to fall in love with about this property. Don't let this one get away cause who ever is the lucky new homeowner will want to live there for a long long time.
Contact Information
Bobbi Outlaw-Crouch, Homebay Broker
(888) 285-5365
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16 Comments on 1906 Classical Revival – Richland, GA – $169,900

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  1. AvatarChristine says: 13 comments

    Be still my heart ❤️. This is simply beautiful!

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  2. AvatarCarolyn says: 242 comments
    Grand Rapids, MI

    All that for $169,900!!!! 6 beds, 3 baths, over an acre of land and a pool to boot. Holy cow! The buy of the century.

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  3. AvatarStacy says: 116 comments

    Absolutely awesome!!

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  4. AvatarLinda says: 62 comments

    My Son is in Fort Stewart I am going to tell him to transfer to Fort Benning then we can get this house !! I wish !!

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  5. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 777 comments

    As classical elements became fashionable once again after the World’s Columbian Exposition in 1893, late Victorian styles began to lose favor, and a new wave of neoclassicism took hold in America. Some examples of this Classical Revival held true to the Greek temple form which inspired the style. Others, like the posted house, had some transitional elements such as the asymmetrical front elevation and irregular floor plan that had been the basis of late Victorian Queen Anne designs. This house, known as the Dixon house was home to historian author Sara Robertson Dixon, who literally wrote the book on Stewart County history.

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  6. AvatarRoxy McDermott says: 7 comments

    Why only $169?

  7. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 794 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    Super pretty. ❤️

  8. AvatarLady Texas says: 132 comments

    Hmm. somehow those corinthian columns don’t feel right.

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    • memosonicmemosonic says: 24 comments

      Yes, they do look a little heavy, it may be hard to keep them on a diet. But still much better than houses columns that are too thin. That really looks out of place.

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  9. AvatarDavid Sweet says: 184 comments

    A whole lot for the money, but does anyone know the design concept behind painting ALL the woodwork, but leaving the doors totally stripped without an apparent finish? Just asking.

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  10. Avatarkath says: 210 comments

    wowser, alot of house and yard and pool to maintain, better suited to young folk, im too old to paint that much house, wish it had been brick, but its lovely ol lady, hope the new owner loves/maintains it

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    • AvatarCarissa Thrush says: 1 comments

      What am I missing? What’s wrong with the home? I’d come in from Columbus Ohio to see this home if there isn’t a HUGE issue with it

  11. Avatargordonr says: 74 comments

    the front exterior view looks like two-thirds of a house.

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  12. AvatarMarc says: 188 comments

    It kinda looks like someone took a foursquare and put a classic revival mask on it.

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