Specially selected historic real estate for old house enthusiasts.

c. 1900 in Decatur, TN

$174,900

For Sale

Added to OHD on 1/24/23   -   Last OHD Update: 1/24/23

152 Ridgeview St, Decatur, TN 37322

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  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2344 Sq Ft
  • 1.36 Ac.
Own a piece of history with this beautiful early 1900's home, with its huge windows, tall ceilings and magnificent staircase. It has a double decker porch/balcony front, perfect for those lazy summer evenings spent in your rocking chair or porch swing enjoying the lovely, mature trees lining the 1.36 +/- acre lot view. Each of the four bedrooms is enormous. The location couldn't be better, adjacent to Hwy. 58, right in the heart of Decatur, TN Take a stroll to the Meigs County Courthouse and the town's square, where so many festivals and activities take place. Hop onto Highway 58 to head to Chattanooga or onto Highway 30 to go to Athens or Dayton. Enjoy the country life, while being close to restaurants, shopping and many outdoor activities. The Tennessee River is nearby, and the property has plenty of parking to park your boat and several vehicles. Use the 20' x 25' carport for parking or as your workshop. The home is in need of substantial restoration. A new roof (including new plywood decking) has already been installed in 2022. Renovate the interior with your own special touch. This home is being sold ''AS IS''. Buyer to verify square footage, zoning and all other information.
Agent Contact Info

Teresa Young, Re/Max Experience :: (423) 504-6980

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Komiza
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5 days ago

Love the rural setting. House needs much work.

John Shiflet
Supporter
5 days ago

The “Farmhouse” sign likely means it was a farmhouse at one time. I see evidence of the extensive use of Bead/Beaded board walls and ceilings in the house. As part of a restoration plan, I think I would go with the farmhouse theme and attempt to make the interior as close to a circa 1900 farmhouse as I could. As Komiza stated, the “House needs much work”. I agree, but I also see promising potential in it.

Tonijenschke
5 days ago

That’s a lot of wires hanging about, electrician needed ha! It has potential but that open area has me not seeing that vision

Steve
5 days ago

On the bright side, at least the kitchen has been rewired.

Larry
5 days ago

Everybody needs a toilet in the attic.  😅  I do like this this part of Tennessee, mostly. Mountain views and twisty roads. I come here twice a year and spent a lot of time on the river near Spring City with a group of like minded vintage boat enthusiasts. My only gripe about this part of Tennessee is the piles of trash/junk in everybody’s yard, it is commonplace in unincorporated areas there.

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