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AMERICUS, c. 1860. Fantastic Greek Revival house built during the Civil War and almost completely unchanged, on 4 private acres with mature trees, antique fencing, and several historic outbuildings. House has full-width portico with 2-story Doric columns and hanging balcony, oversized windows and doors with massive trim, 8 original fireplaces, and beautiful heart-pine floors. Wide-plank walls and ceilings through most of the interior--3 rooms upstairs have never been painted and after 150 years have a wonderful patina. This is a very rare find--no old house lover will want to miss this! $375,000. Charles Crisp, Southern Land and Realty, 229-938-4127.
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AMERICUS, c. 1880. Magnificent Victorian house, fully renovated, in prime Historic District neighborhood convenient to everything. Ballroom-size front porch with Corinthian columns and dentil cornice leads into large foyer with more columns and French doors opening into two spacious living rooms. Formal dining room with pocket doors, butler's pantry with original glass-fronted cabinets, brand-new kitchen with custom cabinets, granite countertops, and reclaimed pine floors. Brand-new bathrooms, wiring, plumbing, & HVAC. Rear deck overlooks huge backyard with privacy fence. Fantastic house-must see to appreciate! $225,000. Charles Crisp, Southern Land and Realty, 229-938-4127. View more details >>

OPEN HOUSE: DEC. 2, 1-5 p.m.
MADISON, c. 1835. 485 Old Post Road. The Joshua Hill House is the most historically significant home in Madison, GA. This 5 bedroom 4 bath Greek Revival sits eloquently on its own block surrounded by gardens, a potting shed, 2 car detached garage, pool and screened porch pool house, and a beautiful mature pecan grove. The interior features original hardwood floors, immaculate moulding and details, and floor plan with a perfect balance of formality and comfortable living. 6,393 sqft, offered at $3,000,000. Contact Rhonda Smith, Algin Realty, 706-319-7980 or rsmithspa@yahoo.com.
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OPEN HOUSE: DEC. 2, 1-5 p.m.
MADISON, c. 1905.
766 East Avenue. Madison Oaks Inn and Gardens encompasses historic Southern charm. 5 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom Neoclassical Greek Revival circa 1905 surrounded by over 5.65 acres of verdant gardens, a salt water pool and pool house, detached garage, manicured lawns and towering Oak trees lining the drive. Zoned residential with a commercial B&B Inn variance, live here or have the perfect B&B or events venue right in town just a few blocks from shopping and schools! 4,400 sqft, offered at $1,050,000. Contact Rhonda Smith, Algin Realty, 706-319-7980 or rsmithspa@yahoo.com.
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OPEN HOUSE: DEC. 2, 1-5 p.m.
MADISON, c. 1920.
1730 Dixie Highway. Absolutely one of a kind 5 bedroom 3 bath home situated on 3.50 private acres with the option to purchase additional 5 acres. Pull into the tree-lined circular drive, walk onto the large rocking chair porch, and into the breathtaking foyer opening into the gorgeous parlour and library with custom cabinets. Original pine flooring and custom moulding throughout exemplifies the charm of this home. 3,968 sqft, offered at $574,500. Contact Rhonda Smith, Algin Realty, 706-319-7980 or rsmithspa@yahoo.com.
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THOMASTON, c. 1850. Rose Hill Plantation ca. 1850 is a unique opportunity to purchase a fully restored 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home on 7 +/- private acres near Metro Atlanta and Macon. Original heart pine wide plank flooring, original doors and trim, claw foot tub and mantels were preserved while updating the kitchen and bathrooms. Master bedroom on the main floor and 3 bedrooms upstairs all have original fireplaces. Contact Greg Nobles, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, 404-791-6709 or gregnobles@gregnobles.com.
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