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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.
 One of the premier historic houses in Americus. Main rooms on ground floor have original trim, fireplaces, floor-length windows, beautifully molded plaster ceilings, and heart-pine floors. Great room added to back of house off kitchen has a wall of glass looking out to the patio and shady backyard. Master bedroom suite in side wing accessed through private library. House is in good basic condition on exterior but interior (kitchen, bathrooms, etc.) needs to be updated. Two-car garage is joined to house by latticed breezeway. Enormous lot in great neighborhood close to downtown. A must see! $149,000. 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! $235,000. Charles Crisp, Southern Land and Realty, 229-938-4127. View more details >>

ATLANTA, c. 1905. Willis F. Denny's Last House – On May 3, 1905, Denny borrowed $3,000 to build 1062 Euclid Avenue. That same year on August 18th, Denny died at 31 years of age. His legacy includes this Edwardian gem in Inman Park. Walk to restaurants, shops and theaters in Atlanta's most thriving neighborhood. Meticulous restoration features 4 BR, 3 & one half baths and 7 working fireplaces. Detached carriage house features a one-car garage, income producing 1BR/1BA apartment and mother-in-law studio suite. Unique features include original stained glass, iron fence with gate, and mature landscaping with 39 trees to complete this in-town oasis. $1.45MM – Melissa Miller, The Pat & Melissa Group, Re/Max Metro Atlanta Cityside, 404-276-7736.
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ATLANTA, c. 1905. One of the oldest & most charming homes in prestigious Ansley Park! Built in 1905, this grand dame is nestled beneath the Midtown skyline & is within walking distance to Peachtree Street, High Museum, Atlanta Symphony, MARTA, Beltline & Piedmont Park. Many original architectural details including 7 working fireplaces, 12' ceilings, leaded glass windows & pocket doors. Expansive master suite w fireside sitting area. Huge secondary bedrooms. Finished terrace level includes a guest/nanny suite w kitchenette. Pool, garage & alley access in rear. A+ location and curb appeal! Jason Cook, Dorsey Alston Realtors, Cell: 404-431-1384. View more photos >>

Beautiful commercial building in downtown historic district of Barnesville, Georgia. Built in 1905, the building contains 8,200 renovated square feet and sits on a half-acre lot. Building is fully leased and includes adjacent parking lot, a premium since parking is limited in historic district. Potential for additional offices or lofts upstairs. 301 Thomaston Street. Offered at $490,000. Cheryl Idol, 404-660-2836, or

COLUMBUS, c. 1925. Gorgeous 1925 historic 6,193 SF house, 1,992 SF leased historic duplex on 1.16 acres of historic gardens designed by famous landscape architect William C. Pauley. Home and gardens connect to neighboring Columbus Museum's beautifully preserved historic Olmsted Gardens. House is brick with slate roof, 8 large rooms, 3 full baths, 10'-12' ceilings, and 7 fireplaces. Perfect for residential, executive offices, law offices, art gallery, business. For Sale: $575,000. Jeanne L. Hasty, KW Commercial, Realty River Cities, LLC.
Cell: 706.888.2887 Office: 706.221.6900.
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CORDELE, c. early 1900s. Ready to retire. BUILDING and BUSINESS for sale located at 101 N. 7th Street in Downtown Cordele. The building is home to Rags to Riches Boutique, a woman's clothing store. It is located one block east of Darton College. The building is on the corner of Hwy 41 North and 11th Avenue West. 5,000 square feet downstairs and 3,750 square feet upstairs with 1,250 square feet that could be a deck. Upsairs good for apartments or could be living quarters for a family. Call 229-947-0507.

REQUEST FOR BIDS - Purchase of Dalton Depot
DALTON, c. 1911. The City of Dalton, Georgia, has issued an Invitation for Sealed Bids (ISB) for the purchase and development of the former Dalton Depot site, now vacant, located at 110 Depot Street, Dalton, Georgia. Copies of the ISB and other written materials are available at the City Clerk's office in City Hall, 300 W. Waugh, Dalton, Georgia or from the City's website ( Prospective bidders should obtain and review the ISB which includes conditions of bidding and sale and other important information. Learn more >>

DARIEN, c. 1875. The Sago Palms House has graced Historic Darien for more than a century beneath moss-draped live oaks on a generous half-acre. An Inn for travelers in her past life, 3 bedrooms w/ private baths & separate 32x28 outbuilding w/ plumbing & electricity = easy B&B conversion. Lovingly restored by current owners of over 25 years. From I-95, take exit 47 or 49, East to Darien: GA's hidden jewel situated along the picturesque, coastal waterfront. 3bed/3.5ba; 3087 sqft. $575,000. Steven Busch & Holly Savannah May, Island & Town Partners, Keller Williams Realty, 912-713-7174. View more photos >>

DARIEN, c. 1800s. The Ridge: an historic district embracing a community overlooking salt marshes is the quintessential coastal location for this 1880s late Victorian renovated to perfection. Reclaimed heart pine & original local brick floors, 4 working fireplaces, deluxe kitchen w/ high end stainless appliances surrounds large casual dining area, gracious formal rooms & relaxing screened porch overlooking gardens of indigenous fruit trees and flowering shrubs for drought-resistant maintenance. Detached garage/studio (heated & cooled), solar panels, 2 wells on 1.5 acres. 3BR/2BA, 2356 sq ft, $400,000. Steven Busch & Holly Savannah May, Island & Town Partners, Keller Williams Realty, 912-713-7174. View more photos >>

ELLAVILLE (SCHLEY COUNTY), c. 1860. 295-acre farm with 3 vintage buildings on two corners of the historic Concord community cross roads - farmhouse, country store and circuit courthouse. The farmhouse evolved from a one room cabin constructed mid-1800's. Eight miles of trails tour rolling pastures, mountain laurel-lined creeks, managed timber, mature hardwood forests and lush bottom-lands. Frontage on two paved roads and county dirt road. $988,250. Stephen Saunders: 404 323 5459.
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LITHONIA, c. 1920s. Fantastic granite house built by Norton A. Davidson, son of the local quarry's founder. Solidly built with a poured concrete foundation and blocks of granite. 2,000 sq. ft. of conditioned space and another 2,000 sq. ft. in the basement w/ garage. A covered front porch and terra cotta tile veranda overlook a rolling lawn, mature oaks and magnolia trees. Hardwood floors throughout w/ terra cotta tile in the kitchen. Sits on approx. 2.8 acres w/ frontage on three streets. It has remained in the family since its construction and is now zoned for residential or non-residential uses. Only 30 minutes outside of Atlanta and less than 1.5 miles from I-20. New HVAC and roof. $220,000. Contact Nina Gentry at 404-218-5730 or Short term owner financing available.

MARIETTA, c. 1923. The Brumby House is an historic Neel Reid home within walking distance of Marietta Square. This amazing two-story brick home features a grand entry hall and living space. Extensive renovations were completed in the kitchen and master bath. This home features three fireplaces, period details, plus a separate guest cottage perfect for a home office or in-law suite. There are spectacular gated gardens including a water feature and Koi pond. $775,000. Contact George Van Dyke, 404-642-2524. View more photos and details at

SANDERSVILLE, c. 1908. Located at 209 East Church Street, this early 20th century Neoclassical home was designed by E. J. Fuller and built in 1908 for Dr. J.H. Evans. The two-story clapboard house features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, a full basement, 8 original fireplaces and mantles, and two porches. First floor: 2,262 sq. ft. Second Floor: 1,729 sq. ft. Total Living Area 3,991 sq. ft. Full Basement: 2,343 sq. ft. On approx. 1.5 acres. $121,000. Call for an appointment: 478-552-6587 or 478-232-0429.

WARM SPRINGS, c. 1900. Solid brick and stone building on the main street in historic Warm Springs. Two stories, 5944sqft, with a built-in vault, balcony, alley, and back deck. Central heat and air. Currently a gift and antique shop, turn-key business and fixtures are also available, as is a recent building inspection report. $179,900. Owner-agent. Appointment only, call Kristin Bergquist, Realty Associates of Atlanta, 404-235-8900 or 404-791-4697, to schedule.
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WEST POINT, c. 1852. Redland Plantation. Built in 1852 in the vernacular Greek Revival style and nestled on over 65 acres, this spectacular house has been completely updated by one of Atlanta's premiere architects yet retains its beautiful classical southern style. The center hall runs the length of the house with a gorgeously appointed master bedroom and bath, study, kitchen with sitting area and fireplace, front & back porches, two additional bedrooms and baths, wide plank hardwood floors and original bricks and stones form the chimney and foundation. The property includes a 4+ acre irrigated and stocked pond, pole barn and magnificent landscaping. $1,199,000. Sister Hood, Harry Norman, Realtors office: 404-233-4142 cell: 404-401-1163.
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