The Georgia Trust

ENDANGERED PROPERTIES PROGRAM SUCCESS STORIES

The Endangered Properties Program has been instrumental in saving more than 20 endangered properties, including:

Richard Crowder Harris House before (above)
and after (below).

Please see the Endangered Properties Program's
CURRENT PROPERTIES FOR SALE!

Adams-Young-Rivers House
c. 1852, Eatonton

Amis-Hunter House
c. 1830, Senoia

Bon Air Hotel
1902, Bainbridge

Brantley-Haygood House
c.1850, Sandersville

Camak House
c. 1834, Athens

Caswell-Faulkner House
c. 1910, Moreland

Colquitt Hotel
1929, Moultrie

Goldsworthy House
Marietta

Harmony Church
1896, Senoia

Louisville Fire Station
c. 1900, Louisville

Rice-George House
c.1815, Eatonton

Richard Crowder Harris House
c. 1900, Rockmart

Rossiter-Little House
c. 1797, Sparta

Strange-Duncan-Pruitt House
c. 1820, Franklin County

Terrell-Stone House
c. 1820, Sparta

Houseworth Homeplace
c.1890, Lithonia

Terry-Settle House
c. 1830, Forsyth County

Webb-Felts Home Place
c. 1830, Musella

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