1895 – Robeline, LA – $315,000

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Added to OHD on 3/25/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/10/20   -   6 Comments

9994 Highway 6, Robeline, LA 71469

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  • $315,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2423 Sq Ft
  • 20 Ac.
Built in 1895, this magnificent farmhouse with 20 acres has been in the same family ever since. Full front galley porches on first and second floors - sit in your rocking chair and watch the sun rise over your land and pond. Front yard is lined with Kisatchie stones. Hardiboard exterior, metal roof, new double-paned windows on 3 sides, central air/heat. Double front doors enter into the breezeway flanked by formal living and formal dining, kitchen and master bedroom/bath. Stairway leads to upstairs breezeway/living area which has three large bedrooms and bath. Rear porch has evidence of original well, leads into a mud room off kitchen. Eat in kitchen with stove and refrigerator. House sits on hill overlooking property, ap 2100 feet of road frontage. Original kitchen is separate structure. Barn, triple carport, storm cellar. House and one acre offered for $230,000. Raise your children on a farm where they can learn to care for animals, consider tax advantages.
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Janice Bolton, Bolton Realty
(318) 354-0404
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6 Comments on 1895 – Robeline, LA – $315,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11723 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    From the listing it sounds like you can buy the home and one acre for $230,000 OR 20 acres and the home for $350,000.

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3322 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    It breaks my heart that it’s going out of the family. Next to churches that are for sale, this kind of thing is my least favorite. Really neat property.

  3. Tom says: 21 comments

    I love those extra-wide center halls that can be used as sitting areas.

  4. southwest guy says: 53 comments

    Thanks for posting this property Kelly. I love it, Wow Wow. It is a great example of a Southern farm house of that era. Hats off to the family for building such a home and the care of it, though the generations. Coming from a farm and ranch background, I would want the extra 20 acres. Tax write off (Federal/State) for having a few cattle, lamas, sheep what ever you would like. My parents have a small operation like this in Texas. Their property taxes are $2000 with a agriculture exemption instead of $15,000 without one. I do not know about LA. However many states have exemptions in place. The house itself, is large, unassuming and welcoming. High ceilings, bread board, I could go on and on. For myself, I would have some period southern antiques etc. With simple comfortable furniture, and live a great life, watching the sun come up from my front porch. Heaven for me. Now for the matter of the $350,000 Dollars!!!!!!

  5. Stacy says: 322 comments

    What’s not to love here?


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