Burge-Bolton House, c. 1830

Mansfield - Newton County
2674 Highway 142, Mansfield, GA 30055
c. 1830

The Burge-Bolton House is recognized on the National Register of Historical Places and was constructed by Thomas Burge around 1830. Thomas’s widow, Dolly, kept a diary which detailed daily farm life before, during, and after the occupation of the plantation by Sherman’s soldiers. The diary is housed at the Georgia Historical Society. This property consists of 60+/- acres with a creek, a mix of mature hardwoods and an established lawn which can be utilized for gardening or converted to pastureland. It has 3 full bedrooms and 3 full baths with 7 fireplaces and a screened- in rocking chair porch. This beautiful property is part of the Burge Farm Historic District and is a short walk to Burge Plantation. Nearby Covington boasts of its shopping and dining. The property is roughly one hour from Atlanta and only 5-10 minutes’ drive from I-20, making it easy to locate. Also within an hour drive are Athens, Lake Oconee, Madison, and more.

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