Historic Properties

Sandersville, c. 1880
Sandersville, GA
c. 1880

This Neoclassical style residence within the picturesque Sandersville Historic District features stunning architectural details and meticulous renovations and offers a blend of timeless elegance and modern comfort. The original heart pine floors and trim work have been beautifully restored. Original leaded stained glass windows throughout are original to the house with 2 from Glasgow, Scotland. The main floor has a master bedroom with a fireplace as well as a large walk-in closet and a luxurious custom-designed bathroom. Mature garden landscaping includes Cherry tree, Pecan tree, Oak trees, Magnolia trees, hollies & 2 heavily producing fig trees, antique rose bushes & irises, antique mature Crepe Myrtle bushes, & Tea Olive hedges. The kitchen features an island, white quartz countertops and expansive natural pine cabinets that have more drawers and cabinets for storage than one can imagine. Re-plumbed and re-wired during renovation; Architectural shingle roof installed in October, 2023 (35 year warranty); All plaster on walls was removed, all walls insulated and then sheetrock installed; The second and third floor attic area has wiring and plumbing installed for further expansion. A rare opportunity to own a meticulously renovated Neoclassical home a short walk from downtown Sandersville.

Savannah, c. 1872
Savannah, GA
c. 1872

6 Bedrooms | 5 Full Bathrooms. Grand Victorian historic home located steps from beautiful Forsyth Park. Features include original crown molding, ceiling medallions, mantlepieces, 14 foot ceilings, heart pine flooring. A rear wing 1 bedroom apartment could be a guest suite or mother-in-law space. 2nd floor features a primary bedroom, bath, sitting room and a second kitchen. Bricked courtyard in rear can provide 3 off-street parking spaces. Exterior painting completed in March. This is a MUST SEE.

Benjamin Gachet House, c. 1821
Barnesville, GA
c. 1821

This classic Plantation Plain house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was featured on a Georgia Trust Expedition tour of homes. This stunning house has hosted 3 US Presidents and the Marquis de Lafayette of France. An important piece of American history, the house was documented by HABS, which was initiated by President Roosevelt for the New Deal, and was featured in a documentary about life in the 1800’s.

The home features all original 5 fireplaces. Original wood floors, walls & ceilings of wide plank Georgia heart pine. The Gachet House won a restoration award by the Department of Natural Resources, Historic Preservation Division. Featuring a 19th century tavern complete with wine fridge and bar sink. Chefs Kitchen, custom painted handmade cabinets with new appliances. Formal Dining room with space to seat 12 or more people. Mature Herb Garden, Fig trees, peach trees, pear trees and olive tree. Free Range Chickens may also come with the house if interested. 2 wooded pathways for leisurely strolls through nature and 3 large fields perfect for your hobby farm. New A/C & Heat upstairs and separate unit downstairs. Electric car charger hookup. 40×20 In ground kidney shaped pool with waterfall and diving board. 2 car garage and 5 out buildings which includes a chicken coop.

Rose Hill Plantation, c. 1850
Thomaston, Georgia
c. 1850

WELCOME TO ROSE HILL CIRCA 1850. Unique Historic Greek Revival Home on 7+/- secluded wooded acres. Four over four central hall floor plan. This private retreat features Formal Living Room, Library or Family Room, Formal Dining, Primary bedroom and bath on main level. Remodeled kitchen. Primary bathroom has claw foot tub and separate tile shower. Upper floor has 3 bedrooms and one bath. Home was carefully restored to preserve the architectural details including original wide plank hardwood flooring. Exterior features wrap around porch, rear deck, Formal Garden, Gazebo and carriage house. This is an opportunity to own a piece of history. Ideal for a weekend retreat or rural retreat/escape from the city. Shown by appointment only. Pre-qualification letter or proof of funds required.

Crawford, c. 1900
Crawford, GA
c. 1900

Step into the rich tapestry of history and legacy at this extraordinary home. Originally crafted by renowned architect George F. Barber, its timeless design speaks to an era of greatness. Once owned by a self-made man who rose from humble beginnings to prominence, every corner exudes character and resilience. The modernized kitchen, a labor of love, beckons culinary enthusiasts, while hidden nooks and painstakingly restored details evoke a sense of wonder. Just steps away from Bryan Park and the Firefly Trail, this home stands ready to embrace your future endeavors and dreams inside its storied legacy.

Milledgeville, c. 1824
Milledgeville, GA
c. 1824

Highly in-tact National Register-listed1824 Federal house built for Revolutionary War soldier Colonel John Rutherford by architect Daniel Pratt, emblematic of the Milledgeville Federal. Well maintained with beautiful original character defining features throughout. 3440 square feet, 4 beds, 2 baths, 0.9 acres. The original house was a two-over-two with two shed rooms and a two-story portico with columns. In 1859, the house was relocated across from then-Oglethorpe University by Professor Robert Calendar Smith leaving behind the portico, columns and basement. Full length country style porches were added to the front and back of the house. All the wonderful decorative trim is retained in its original condition as well as lovely mantles in the downstairs rooms and simple mantles and full wainscotting in the two original upstairs bedrooms. Later, an additional bedroom was added upstairs and the back porch was sectioned off to make room for a bathroom and pantry leading into the kitchen, formerly a separate building. The fully fenced yard and mature landscaping gives the house a very private feeling.

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.  

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.