I had this house under contract with a buyer who decided to terminate the contract. This house had a lot of potential, I thought, so I bought it and poured my own time and money into it.
It is a beautiful 4-sided, craftsman-style white brick ranch with cedar board and baton siding. Recently updated with many improvements and upgrades. It is located in Seven Springs Subdivision, and it is in the East Side, Dickerson, Walton school district.
It has 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2-car garage. 1,696 square feet with a 400 square foot garage. And, a full daylight, interior and exterior entry basement. So, plenty of room for expansion.
More pics to come...
New roof compliments of Northpoint Roofing in Woodstock, which is completely upgraded and brought up to code as of 12/2021.
There is new paint throughout the entire house, inside and out.
New Trane heater compliments of Southern Airflow. Air filtration includes a (4” media filter)
New over-sized 220v electrical panel, all new lighting and outlets. The new electrical panel in the garage utility closet could easily accommodate an electric car charging station. Foundations Electrical Services, LLC has installed the panel and many other electrical and lighting upgrades throughout the main floor and basement.
New luxury vinyl plank flooring through out the entire main floor.
Not to mention new tile in the 2 full baths along with many upgrades made to the bathrooms and kitchen. New gas stove and new dishwasher.
It also has a clean, dry, daylight basement with interior and exterior entry that almost doubles the square footage of the house. It is ready for a huge expansion of living space and additional square footage. It would easily accommodate an additional kitchenette or wet bar, and/or additional bath, and it already has a laundry hook-up (there are two laundry hook-ups in the house, the other is off the kitchen on the main level.) It is ready to be finished and would expand the living space by about 90%.
Asking $565,000. It should hit the market on 5/17.
Tom Andre at 678-472-1934