1938 – Tracy City, TN – $119,900

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Added to OHD on 5/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/10/19   -   8 Comments
13509 Us Highway 41, Tracy City, TN 37387

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  • $119,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1403 Sq Ft
  • 2.5 Ac.
Vintage Charmer set back off US Hwy 41 on over 2 acres for added privacy, has been in the same family for generations.Original stone house built in 1938 with an addition in the late 60s. The house has a separate garage/outbuilding in back and is ready for a new owner. Entire property is being sold AS IS and will not last long at this price. Owners of record are listing agent's in laws.Buyer to verify everything of importance.
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Pete Schmid, Mountain City Realtors
(423) 886-1300
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8 Comments on 1938 – Tracy City, TN – $119,900

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  1. AvatarGardenStater says: 63 comments
    1865 Gothic Revival
    Charlotte, NC

    Nice place. Redo the kitchen and bathrooms, and get rid of the wallpaper, and it could be beautiful!

  2. Avatardunamovin says: 22 comments

    Cute cottage. Is that a shared driveway or do you go by way of the gravel pit?

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10338 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      No, that’s not the same driveway as this home. (Clarifying, what she’s referring to is not a gravel/quarry, this is not next door to something like that.)

  3. AvatarBethany otto says: 2660 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Escondido, CA

    What a fantastic time capsule. I love the kitchen and baths; wouldn’t change a thing!

  4. AvatarCate says: 182 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Milwaukee, WI

    Sweet but tired old home. Needs a LOT of refreshing, but nothing extraordinary and would be fun to undertake. Some brightening landscaping could cause this property to be a show-stopper. Good choice Kelly!

  5. AvatarLeighAnne says: 8 comments

    This house reminds me of my grandmother’s house, which was built in 1932 as a two bedroom, one bathroom cottage. My grandparents used the finished attic as a third bedroom (for my father when he was a child). Judging from the positions of the windows, this house appears to have been built as a one-bedroom cottage with finished sleeping areas on the second floor. Given the similarities between this house and my grandparents’ house, I assume that the original kitchen in this house was in the rear and that it was relocated when the addition was built. Judging from the style of the cabinets in the “new” kitchen, it was probably added in the 1950s or perhaps early 1960s. I’m guessing that the second bathroom is on the second floor in the area where the roof has been raised and that the photograph of a lavatory is of the “new” bathroom. I’d like to know if the original bathroom was remodeled at the same time or left in its original configuration. One thing that has me mystified is the location of the room with the built-in bookcases. It has the same flooring as the “new” kitchen and the window in it seems a bit high so I’m guessing that it’s located in the area where the kitchen was located prior to being moved into the addition. Are any of my guesses correct? What is in the cellar below the kitchen?

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