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In need of restoration, the Caleb Coker house is a late Federal I-house with details including a diamond and sawtooth pattern on the cornice. The center-hall foyer is two storeys with a split staircase. Some original plaster, flooring, and mantels.


Price: $75,000

Contact: Jim Lyles, United Brokerage Services,

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