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Augusta, c. 1938
New
Augusta, GA
c. 1938
$1,599,000

This home, designed by noted architect Willis Irvin in 1938, is located on a beautifully landscaped lot, enclosed by the original brick wall and brick terraces, that features azaleas, camellias, figs, magnolias, old oaks, and Japanese red maples. This garden was featured in a publication of the 100 best gardens in GA. The home is 5,100 square feet and features 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms and hosted Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower while guests of the Augusta Garden Club. Must see to believe!

Carrollton, c. 1957
New
Carrollton, GA
c. 1957
$1,100,000

Classic Southern design calls you back to a simpler time! This classic southern home was designed by influential southern architects Ivey & Crook. Original Sunset Hills Country Club home, neighboring UWG and embraced by Carrollton’s Greenbelt. Flemish bond brick, slate roof, marble, tile & hardwood floors, high ceilings, paneled library …Ideal home office, separate conference area, bedroom and bath; 48 miles to ATL airport. 14 spacious rooms, 4.5 baths, 2 porches, private terrace, 2.3 acres (3.6 more acres optional).

Sweet Home, c. 1840
Pine Mountain, GA
c. 1840
$1,100,000

Sweet Home – Built in the Greek Revival cottage style, this beautiful home sits in the middle of 79+/- acres of what was once a 1,000-acre cotton farm. Nestled in the beautiful rolling farmland of West Central Georgia, the home features 13 ft ceilings on the main level, heart pine floors throughout, 4 fireplaces, owner’s suite on main with fireplace and sitting room or office, dining room with fireplace, large spacious kitchen, 2 additional bedrooms and 1 bath on the second floor. The estate includes a one-bedroom guest house and a stunning circa 1790’s two story log house overlooking a 2.5-acre spring-fed lake dug for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Minutes from Callaway Gardens, three miles from I-185, an hour from Atlanta, fifteen minutes from LaGrange and twenty-five minutes from Columbus.

Woodhaven, c. 1929
Etowah, TN
c. 1929
$429,900

Woodhaven boasts grand brick archways on the covered front porch, a Porte-cochere with exterior doors leading to the master bedroom and living room, 4 city lots with mature trees and boxwoods, and an original carriage house converted to living space (not climate controlled, but easily could be). Just under an acre in the historic Todd’s Park neighborhood of Etowah, Tennessee, this property provides ample space for the addition of a pool. Features open concept living room, dining room, and sitting area. Spacious kitchen w/breakfast nook. Master on main that boasts en-suite bath w/an original child’s toilet, laundry chute, walk -in closet & gas fireplace. Up the grand staircase is a large sitting area w/4 bedrooms and 2 Jack and Jill baths.

Acworth, c. 1879
Acworth, GA
c. 1879
$999,999

The McMillan Home Circa 1879, a treasured Victorian, situated on 1.3+ acre corner lot blocks from vibrant Downtown Acworth. This Landmark has been lovingly renovated and meticulously maintained. The light-filled, open floor plan offers high-ceilings, master on main, dedicated office, kitchen open to living room, formal dining room and designer finishes showcase original flooring, bead-board paneling, crown molding and fireplaces. Equipped with all new systems and a new foundation!