3007 Lincoln Street

2 bedrooms
1 full / 0 half bathrooms
1005 sqft
Classic, in-town, brick bungalow in historic Earlewood located on a tree lined street that dead ends into Marshall Park. This house is close to everything! Only block to Marshall Park, 6 blocks to Earlewood Park, 1.6 miles to Segra Park baseball stadium, 1.2 miles to Curiosity Coffee, Indah Coffee & the War Mouth, and minutes from Main St shopping / dining, the State House, the Vista, USC, and easy access to I-77 & I-26. Features include a wide/deep front porch; hardwoods throughout; lots of gorgeous windows with true divided lites for amazing natural light; transoms throughout; formal living room w/fireplace and arched opening; formal dining room; kitchen w/super cool eat-in area; classic square central hall; 2 good size bedrooms and full hall bathroom; and large back porch that would be easy to add to ductwork for additional 53sqft (not currently counted). This house needs a renovation but has great potential to retain the classic character but have modern finishes as a renovated 2br/1ba OR add on by blowing out or going up into the large attic to gain square footage. The lot is currently being cut but will retain a good size backyard. Lot sketch available upon request.

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Kevin Joe Fields
Kevin Joe Fields

Principal Broker, BSME, MBA, Realtor


Kevin is principal broker and brings experience garnered from hundreds of real estate transactions. A former engineer, he left the corporate world to obtain an MBA from the University of South Carolina. After falling in love with the area, he took on numerous renovation projects of older in-town homes and eventually met and married the most amazing local girl. Armed with analytical skills and knowledge of the inner workings of homes, he provides unique insight for his real estate clients.

  • Circle of Excellence, Greater Columbia Association of Realtors
  • Holder of six patents
  • Graduated #1 in class, 4.0 GPA, Univesity of South Carolina MBA and University of Kentucky Mechanical Engineering
  • Darla Moore Fellow, Moore School of Business
  • University of Kentucky Chancellor Scholarship and Academic Excellence Scholarship, James E. Casey Scholarship, Kentucky River Coal Engineering Scholarship, Robert Byrd Scholarship