Aberdeen, MS – $58,800

For Sale
National Register
Added to OHD on 5/18/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/18/19   -   8 Comments
522 S Hickory St, Aberdeen, MS 39730

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  • $58,800
  • 5 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 4132 Sq Ft
  • 0.75 Ac.
'WELCOME HOME!'' This 5BR/4BA is conveniently located to Downtown Aberdeen! Home has a large open lot and historic charm. Property is owned by HUD and sold As Is. Case 281-395590. Seller makes no representations or warranties as to property condition. Property is UI (Uninsured) subject to appraisal. Equal Housing Opportunity. Seller may contribute up to 3% for buyer's closing costs, upon buyer request.SELLER HAS NO RECORDS OR REPORTS PERTAINING TO LEAD-BASED PAINT AND/OR LEAD-BASED PAINT HAZARDS
Contact Information
Mike Davis, RE/MAX Partners
(662) 327-7705
OHD Notes
From the National Register: "Addison Brannin House. A two-story frame, central hall house with rear and western two-story ells. House is hip-roofed, has 3-bay facade on both stories. First story facade is W,D+,W, under curving wrap porch on Tuscan columns. Wooden balustrade is milled. Floor is wood. Porch ceiling and siding is wide beaded board. Windows are 1/1 wood double-hung in frames with hooded surrounds, dentil moldings, decorative shutters. Central entry door is 1-light and wood paneled door in surround with leaded side lights and transom, plain frames, beveled aprons. Upper facade has matching windows and hoods, centered, front-gabled porch on attenuated Tuscan columns and original turned railing. Door is new stained glass in paneled wood. Surround has multi-light sidelights and over light. Plain frieze with cornice molding runs under boxed eaves around house. Modern storage area and carport at rear (E) facing High Street. (1872 and later)Addison Brannin was the builder of Aberdeen City Hall (1912) and several other buildings in downtown Aberdeen."
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8 Comments on Aberdeen, MS – $58,800

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  1. AvatarEric says: 313 comments

    Wow what a big nice house with lots of great architectural details for so little $!

  2. AvatarBarbara Cozby says: 7 comments

    I wish it had more land for horses, but I will take it!!! Just curious about the one fireplace that has no mirror and a strip of molding, that’s quite odd. Thank you for posting all of these old homes!!!

  3. AvatarTigerTea73 says: 1 comments

    Love this house! The outside could use a nice bright color,in my opinion!Very spacious,I can picture a large happy family enjoying this house!Wish it were mine,but, all my chickens are leaving the nest!

  4. Avatarmississippi dude says: 33 comments

    Aberdeen is the County Seat of Monroe County in Northeast Mississippi. It’s a beautiful little town (around 6,000). It also has a large stock of historic houses. Still the town is struggling with population, maybe like many small Mississippi towns off the beaten track, which is partially why the housing prices are so reasonable.

  5. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10321 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Only posted a few months ago but it was just lowered in price, thought I’d move to the front page for another look.

  6. AvatarStacy says: 209 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen

    Wow! I don’t see how this home will stay on the market long at that price even in a small town! I don’t know anything about the town but I do love Mississippi & the small towns are so interesting to see! Wish I could move, I’d snatch this up for sure! Did it show a build date?

  7. AvatarTeri says: 4 comments
    2017 Any w/ a BIG porch!
    Farmersville, TX

    Holy Smokes! They are giving it away!

  8. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4708 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1889 Eastlake Cottage
    Fort Worth, TX

    Sometimes HUD owned homes are unpredictable; I’ve encountered examples that the only question left unanswered is how did the house ever quality for an FHA/HUD (or any) home mortgage? Others are like this example and appear to be move-in ready. Perhaps this house was never considered a mansion but it appears to have been a solid middle class home from the turn of the last century. For the price, it also appears to be a good value but all the usual cautions and advice about due diligence apply. Nice looking house here with a generous .75 acre lot. Provided the neighborhood surroundings are decent, this could be a great prospect for someone.


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