2629 Oakland Ave

Augusta, GA 30904

2 Bedrooms   •   1 Bathroom $114,900

Property Information

Location. Charm. Character. Adorable cottage style home with tons of charm and character within walking distance to Surrey Center, The Augusta National, and Augusta University Summerville Campus!! This 2 bedroom 1 bathroom home is nestled on a 1/4 acre fenced in lot with mature plantings. You’ll love the beautiful original hardwood floors and retro tile in the bathroom. Sip your coffee on the large covered deck off the kitchen and store your tools and other items in the detached workshop/storage building with new barn doors. HVAC 5 months old; Roof on home and storage building 2 years old. Porch converted to four season room with HVAC and Heat. Bring your buyers!!!

With acceptable offer, Seller contributes $1,000 towards Buyer’s Closing Costs.








1036 sqft


.26 acres


Single Family Residential



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Leslie Caron

Realtor   •   Method Real Estate Group

Cell: 706-513-8912


If you’re in the market to buy or sell a home, you’ve come to the right spot! Whatever your real estate needs may be, I can help you reach your goals with confidence.

Client Testimonials

“I hired Leslie to help get my office in order. It was cluttered which was making me crazy every day I looked at it. Leslie came and worked with me to help me organize my stuff and get rid of junk. She labeled things and set up a filing system that works great. It was a great collaboration that left my office neat and my mind free to think on more important things! I highly recommend Leslie if you are struggling with clutter and feel too intimidated or overwhelmed to deal with it.”

“I have used Leslie Tansey in many different settings. At the office, at the warehouse, at my home, my garage, and she even un-hoarding a person during a very difficult intervention in which I was involved. She handled all of it like a pro. She is sympathetic and professional. The value she brings to me is vastly superior to the money I pay her. She is an in-depth thinker. I recommend that people dedicatde a certain amount of time in their schedule just for “cleanups” of their things. It is a good step in the right direction. Don’t seek perfection. Seek improvement. It leads to a better life.”

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