Built c.1920, approximately 4830 square feet (according to tax records). The house is a two-story, wood frame construction in the late Victorian style. It features a first-floor bay window and diamond-paned windows. The front left parlor (with bay window) has been altered with the ceiling removed to combine the first and second floor rooms into one high-ceilinged room. The structure is overall in poor condition and will need extensive rehabilitation. There has been a roof leak at the rear of the house resulting in significant damage.
The house is in a local historic district and all external changes must be approved by the Historic Preservation Commission. The Land Bank will require that any replacement elements closely match the original in configuration (windows, doors, siding). Price negotiable.
Contact InfoM. Angel Gray, Programs Manager, Albany/ Dougherty County Land Bank
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