1890 Queen Anne – Clio, SC

Added to OHD on 3/4/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   20 Comments
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201 Church St, Clio, SC 29525

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  • $42,500
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2206 Sq Ft
  • 0.78 Ac.
Fantastic home 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Spacious living room. A must see as it's waiting for your finishing touch! Property is owned by the US Dept. of HUD UnInsurable, Subject to Appraisal Seller makes no representations or warranties as to property condition. HUD Homes are sold AS IS Equal Housing Opportunity Seller may contribute up to 3% for buyer's closing costs, upon buyer request Case #461-407601 - Home was built prior to 1978 so Lead Based Paint may be present.
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Karen Congilaro, Carolina Pines Realty
(843) 353-0393
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20 Comments on 1890 Queen Anne – Clio, SC

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  1. Dan says: 30 comments

    Wow!! That last pic is really…blue! Too bad, because it looks like it’s hiding some interesting details.

  2. Polly says: 1 comments

    There is a lot of potential for the right buyer. That house could be so cute!

  3. CarolynCarolyn says: 305 comments
    Grand Rapids, MI

    I’d love to see what’s under that blue paint!

  4. Lori ALori A says: 64 comments
    OHD Supporter


    Is it me or do the floors looked raised or the doors shortened in the 2nd & 3rd pics from the bottom? or is it an optical illusion?

    • BethanyBethany says: 3511 comments
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      1983 White elephant
      Escondido, CA

      I noticed that too. After staring at the pics for a while, I think it’s just the angle of the pictures.

      • Barbara VBarbara V says: 1021 comments
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        1800 cottage
        Upstate, NY

        I don’t know – something definitely looks out of sync to me… I was wondering what makes it uninsurable – maybe something structural – ? Aside from that, there seems to be a lot to like here…

  5. CoraCora says: 2064 comments
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    Clinton, TN

    So much potential! ?

  6. Elizabeth Hart says: 21 comments

    Those last pictures are strange-like an optical illusion test of some sort. Wonder why they painted everything in the room blue. Maybe they were using a sprayer. It is a cute house and Clio is a sweet little town. Not far from Blenheim, SC home of famous Blenheim Ginger Ale!

  7. JimHJimH says: 5157 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Part of the Clio Historic District on the National Register, this originally was the parsonage for the Baptist Church. Looks like it got a new roof and a coat of paint in recent years, which helps with the renovation budget. A solid house on a nice town lot for $42k is a good deal just about anywhere.

    • Christopher DiMattei says: 270 comments

      Jim, how were you able to determine that this home was originally the parsonage to the Baptist church, which is a full city block away? The reason I ask is because I believe this home may have some history that predates its association with the church. Interested in what you know, thanks.

  8. Amy P. says: 234 comments

    Beautiful, so much potential!

  9. Cheryl kay says: 22 comments

    Why does it say the house is uninsurable? Is it because of the current condition?

    • Melanie Barnett Park says: 20 comments

      HUD homes have some strange covenants on their foreclosed homes. My parents bought one several years ago with that same phrase. But Allstate insures it without a problem.

  10. Tess says: 299 comments

    doors could have come from a tear down and been shortened from the bottom. I know someone who did that. He cut off the top by mistake and blamed his wife for sitting on the wrong end!?

  11. Allison says: 32 comments

    I have original doors in my home that had the bottoms cut to accommodate carpet. The carpet was removed to reveal beautiful quarter sawn oak. The only advantage for shortened doors is to slide mail under to my grumpy teenager or for “little fingers” to wiggle under when you are trying to go to the bathroom.


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