140 E Beech St, Cochran, GA, 31014
Save this old house.
The house is hardly recognizable from when it was built for A.P. Urquhart. According to the 1880 U.S. Census, Urquhart, a merchant, lived here with his wife Anna and their infant daughter Rosa. That would make the home’s build date pre-1880.
Sometime before 1900, Willis M. Wynn, hotel proprietor, and his wife Nancy purchased the home. They lived here with their four children, Dorah, Linton, Henry and Miletus. Nancy added the second story around 1906. Soon after, with most of the kids grown and out of the house, she and her son Miletus, along with daughter-in-law Ruth, ran the home as a hotel, housing up to six boarders at any one time up until the 1920s. By this time, A.P. had gotten into the cotton trade.
I would imagine that the Urquharts would be turning over in their graves to see the current condition of their beloved home.
Save this old house. The Urquart House Built around 1886. Great opportunity for an investor, this property features a turn of the century home with over 3300 sq ft, now with three apartments. Upstairs one bedroom one bath, downstairs: one bedroom one bath on right, two to three bed one bath on the left. Wood Floors, several fireplaces (non functioning), fenced in backyard, nice grass lot with mature trees. Located near downtown and shopping, schools, hospital and more. Could be turned back into a single family home. See Historic Photo. Priced at $15 a sq ft. Needs work. Sold as is.
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