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Stone Mountain's 'Oldest Building' Is Antiquated, But So Cheap

Thought to be the oldest building in Stone Mountain, this former bed-and-breakfast in the city's village area is being marketed as a fixer-upper residential property. Sure, it's antiquated, but for the square footage, charm and potential, the $225,000 ask seems remarkably low — so low, we can't help wondering what the deal really is. Traditional in style, the property has six bedrooms (each with a Jacuzzi bath), 3,000 square feet and a two-tiered front porch that could have actual views of Stone Mountain, per the Google street view. According to information on Trip Advisor, the 1820 home operated as recently as last year as The Village Inn Bed and Breakfast and once served as a Confederate hospital during the Civil War. It last sold for nearly $100,000 more than the current listing price — 15 years ago. If you have intel on this interesting property, please drop a line.
· 992 Ridge Ave. Stone Mountain [Trulia]