Historic Properties

Saragreen, Washington
Washington, GA
c. 1828

Saragreen, standing majestically atop a 6.2 acre knoll of towering Magnolias and Oaks, is adorned with rare “Temple of the Winds” Corinthian columns and porches wrapping around on three sides. The home boasts ample living space off of a wide center hall intersected by a cross hall along with 5 spacious bedrooms, each with ensuite bathrooms and working fireplaces. Named for Sarah Green Campbell, sister of U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Archibald Campbell, the home has been lovingly restored with all of the modern amenities necessary for easy living while retaining its historic grandeur.  

Fairplay Schoolhouse, Morgan County
Rutledge, GA
c. 1898

Here’s an opportunity to be an integral part of Morgan County’s unwavering commitment to preserve its historic structures and farmland. Situated on a 1.88 parcel, this Fairplay Schoolhouse is surrounded by mature hardwood trees and pristine farmland. This property is one of Morgan County’s last remaining historic schoolhouses. Built around 1898, this unique structure served as the community’s schoolhouse until 1938. Under one family’s stewardship, the Fairplay School served as a residence from 1953 until 2022. The metal roof was put on within the last 10 years. The Madison-Morgan Conservancy purchased the property with its revolving fund and seeks to advise the next owner in restoring its original façade, while creating an interior space for modern living. Preservation restrictions will apply.

St. Simons Island, c. 1912
St. Simons Island, GA
c. 1912

SHELANDER OCEANFRONT ESTATE. 1912 Historic Oceanfront St. Simons Island Beach Home overlooking Jekyll Island between Sea Island Lodge & Golf Club and Pier/Village/Lighthouse. Unmatched ocean views, breezes, sunrises & sunsets. 90ft of BEACH FRONTAGE. 0.47 acres. Gorgeous original windows. Heart pine floors. Cypress paneling. ENCHANTING VIEWS from upstairs suite. Quintessential original St. Simons Island – last of its kind.

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Mill Rock Plantation, Quitman
Quitman, GA
c. 1908

Incredible 4,116sf two-story Craftsman farm house. Amazing woodwork, brickwork, and tiled porch. Imported Honduran Mahogany floors. Original light fixtures and Craftsman windows. Unique fireplaces and mantles throughout. Historic and original in every way. Quiet country setting. No immediate neighbors. 161 total acres offered. Forest and farmland. Wildlife abounds with quail, deer, turkeys and much more.

The Trammell House, c. 1887
Marietta, GA
c. 1887

Lovingly restored by its current owners, the 1887 Trammell House is a Queen Anne treasure in the coveted City of Marietta Historic District. Designed by the esteemed architectural firm of Bruce & Morgan, the property is a tasteful blend of meticulously preserved historical features & updated amenities. Listed on the National Register & recognized for its impeccable restoration, it has received awards from The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation & Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society. The home is featured in the book, Marietta, The Gem City of Georgia. This exceptional residence features 5 BRs, 4.5 baths, 8 original fireplaces and mantels, original millwork, doors, windows, transoms, & heart pine floors; a wrap-around front porch; kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, undercounter lights, custom-built cabinetry, marble and granite countertops; custom library bookcases; butler’s pantry with additional dishwasher; antique lighting; separate in-law suite with screened porch & custom-built carriage house.

The Blackwell House, c. 1817
Eatonton, GA
c. 1817

Once upon a time, circa 1817, this antebellum home shined bright, & was a hallmark amongst the community. Through the age of time this grand estate lost its luster, in need of thoughtful care and a designer’s touch. Today, this masterfully reclaimed historic beauty not only has been lovingly restored to its prime, but also boasts lavish modern features that simply stand apart from all the rest. Additionally, the excitement of residing in a historical home with modern touches continues to mound as you’re provided the reassurance of new systems throughout. No stone unturned, this home boasts a NEW roof, NEW 400 amp electric service with all-new wiring, NEW plumbing throughout including the water supply & sewer line, NEW HVAC heat pump with state of the art Wi-Fi thermostat, Re-enforced foundation, NEW doors, NEW foam insulation in attic & crawlspace, New Batt insulation in all exterior walls, NEW framing throughout, and even Asbestos removal by Bates Environmental.

Sandersville, c. 1903
Sandersville, GA
c. 1903

Welcome to this 1903 Victorian home that has been meticulously and lovingly restored and thoughtfully modernized. Located on the main street, historically known as Silk Stocking Street, this home is within walking distance of downtown Sandersville. Beautiful high ceilings, expansive molding and Heart Pine floors are just part of the features that add historic character to this home.  A comfortable den and stunning living room greet you at the front entrance. The spacious dining room has a flare of elegance. A hand painted mural, by a local artist, adorns the wall leading through a breakfast area. Kitchen, utility room and office were remodeled in 2019 with custom cabinetry and new appliances. Main floor features three large bedrooms and two full baths. Second floor offers one bedroom, a sitting area, one bath, a large cedar closet and storage area. Custom window treatments and blinds throughout. Two-car garage with shop area and a large open room upstairs for storage. This historic home has created many wonderful memories! Conveniently located 1 mile from Brentwood School.

Ocilla, c. 1891
Ocilla, GA
c. 1891

This 1891 American farmhouse offers charming character with added modern features, while preserving Victorian period beauty. From front yard, Walking past crepe myrtles, knock-out roses and magnolia, step from the large southern porch through the front door and into the open foyer of this gorgeous treasure. 15′ ceilings. 4 fireplaces. Stained-glass window highlights main hall. Den features built-in bar. 2021-remodeled kitchen features stainless steel appliances, red oak flooring, & Black pearl granite countertops. Jetted tub and separate shower. Pecan, peach, figs, pears, muscadines. 2+ acre pasture perfect for organic crops, or grazing horses. Barn with loft. Utility Shed. 1000sqft expandable attic. *OPTIONAL .5AC corner lot w/ 1250sf workshop*

The Dinglewood House, c. 1859
Columbus , GA
c. 1859

“The Dinglewood House” boasts 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 6789 sq ft, approx 3 enchanting acres, & a deep, storied history. A gracious piazza encircles the Italianate mansion & sets the stage for interior spaces rich with stunning details, to include incredible plaster cornices, carved archways, walnut doors, 9 fireplaces, & more. Main level master plus an additional guest room on main. A mahogany staircase leads to the 2nd floor, where 3 guest rooms, each with its own bath, await. Magical grounds, porte-cochere, inground pool. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, this exceptional property offers livability & a timeless sense of serenity. We invite you to continue this legacy by becoming the next steward of this amazing property.