Sold – c.1920s Fixer Upper Foreclosure Bungalow in Danville, VA $40K

330 Marshall Ter, Danville, VA 24541   $40,000 Sold

Fixer Upper


Located on a corner lot of similar smaller, older homes, unlike some Danville homes we have featured on OHU50K, this neighborhood has lower crime stats per the crime map.

Family History

I believe this home and several of the nearby bungalows on the street were built as spec houses in or before 1927 for John. T. Watson, owner of a hardware store. He initially sold it to Ira F. Jones who owned it for a short time before selling it to the Garrett family.  This was the home of the Garrett family for many decades. William B. Garrett (1900-1951) and Bessie Lee Fuquay Garrett (1903-1987) married in 1925 and purchased the cozy home sometime after 1931. William was a proprietor for the Danville Tobacco Warehouse. They resided here with their children Bitsy, Anna, William Jr., Robert and Bessie’s brother Robert Fuquay, an auto salesman. After William Sr.’s death in 1951, the family continued to live in the home. Bessie’s youngest son, Robert, later graduated from Virginia Tech and rose to the level of captain in the U.S. Air Force, serving in Vietnam.
  • 2bed
  • 1bath
  • 1,274 square feet
Build date 1930
Google Map
1930 The Bee
1966 The Danville Register
1966 Danville Register


EHO. HUD Owned Property Condition UI, Case #541-745233, Property SOLD AS-IS, without warranties, repairs. Come check out this 1930s beauty, lots of potential, gorgeous floors!! Please see the HUD website for more information. The accuracy of the listing information for this property, regardless of source, is deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be verified by the prospective buyer.

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