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Hartwell, c. 1890s
New
Hartwell, GA
c. 1890s
$50,000

Victorian style home near downtown Hartwell with 1,300 sq. ft. of living space. Large living room with three bedrooms, original wardrobe, and one bath; some including original wood walls and flooring. Two front stained glass doors. Most drywall has been removed. 

This home sits on beautiful corner lot with +/- .33 acres and a large magnolia tree and other mature trees. Two blocks from historical downtown Hartwell, one block off US Highway 29 N. Only minutes from Lake Hartwell and walking distance to elementary, middle, and high schools. This home has been left unattended and is in need of total restoration. 

John Deming House, c. 1898
New
Valdosta, GA
c. 1898

2020 Places in Peril site. Located between downtown and Valdosta State University, this eclectic home with a rare rain porch is on a corner lot and includes beautiful wood features, mantels, and staircase. Its namesake, John Nelson Deming, preeminent master carpenter, built many homes in Valdosta’s North Patterson Historic District/National Register of Historic Places, most notably, The Crescent, c. 1899 built for U.S. Senator W.S. West. Requires restoration and zoned residential or professional. For sale by owner. Contact Tom Warren, 229-630-6900, tomwarren229@gmail.com or nandwarren@gmail.com.

Atlanta, c. 1924
New
Atlanta, GA
c. 1924
$659,000

Historic REID HOUSE on Peachtree…#303 with limestone bay windows, the largest at Reid House. 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths. Marvelous window box for gardening. +/- 1,785 sq ft. Come enjoy this classic structure with amazing location, perched on Peachtree, with small unit population…park your cars and discover the City…walkable Midtown, Arts, fine dining, Botanical Gardens, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park and so much more…come discover for yourself…in pristine condition.

Columbus, c. 1837
New
Columbus, GA
c. 1837
$1,100,000

Gracious in both scale & attention to detail, this exceptional circa 1837 Midtown residence exudes a sense of refinement. On the National Register of Historic Places & boasting 5 bedrooms, 4 full/2 half baths, & 7,593 square feet, this Greek Revival offers ample living space but also maintains a feeling of warmth. Soaring ceilings, extensive molding, heart pine floors, & 5 marvelous fireplaces are among the many highlights. Enchanting grounds with pool & delightful pool house. Embrace this opportunity to put your personal touch on a one-of-a-kind showplace!  

Cedartown, c. 1929
New
Cedartown, GA
c. 1929
$129,900

Former J. C. Penney Department Store located on Cedartown’s Historic Main Street. Approx. 6,600 sf + 1,800 sf basement. Glass store-front. Many original features – tin tile ceiling, oak handrail to mezzanine, large display windows, box slide to basement. Upper level offices. Front & rear entrances. Two half baths. New hot water heater. Ductwork in place for HVAC system. Public parking front & rear. With a little TLC this property can be a real shining gem again!

Atlanta, c. 1924
Reduced!
Atlanta, GA
c. 1924
$575,000

Historic REID HOUSE on Peachtree…come see this rarely available 03 unit, the largest at Reid House. 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths. Marvelous window box for gardening. +/- 1,740 sq ft. Come enjoy this classic structure with amazing location, perched on Peachtree, with small unit population…park your car and discover the City…walkable Midtown, Arts, fine dining, Botanical Gardens, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park and so much more…yes, it is a “must see”, discover for yourself…in pristine condition.

Eatonton, c. 1920
Reduced!
Eatonton, GA
c. 1920
$339,900

This 100-year-old beautiful Victorian home PLUS guest house is waiting for someone to love!  Lovingly restored, gorgeous and spacious!  The 608 sq ft newly renovated apartment could be rented out or used as a small business office. Sits on the historic tour in downtown Eatonton, GA with an easy walk to the courthouse, restaurants or museums. Quiet small town living within easy driving distance to Atlanta, Athens or Milledgeville.

Twin Oaks, c. 1852
Greenville, GA
c. 1852
$1,100,000

Historic Estate on the National Register of Historic Places! The magnificent “Twin Oaks” Estate was originally built in 1852. This Antebellum Greek Revival Plantation will wow you with its six two-story, twenty-six-foot Doric columns, 42 windows & two oversized original double doors. The gated estate consists of approximately 50 acres, 2 barns, greenhouse, cooks house & historic log cabin. Lovingly maintained throughout the years, “Twin Oaks” provokes a deep sense of history & nostalgia. Own a piece of history!

Joshua Hill House, c. 1835
Madison, GA
c. 1835
$2,700,000

The most historically significant home in Madison, GA – The Joshua Hill House, circa 1835. This 4 BR 3.5 BA Greek Revival sits eloquently on its own block on 2.04 acres in the Madison Historic District. This estate is surrounded by gardens, potting shed, 2 car detached garage, and a beautiful mature pecan grove. At poolside sits a 1BR/1BA guest cottage. This home has been carefully restored to include original hardwood floors, immaculate moulding & attention to detail. Discover MADISON… Where Living Is EASY! Just an hour from Atlanta or Augusta and 30 minutes to Athens or Lake Oconee. 6,393 sqft.

Cooper House, c. 1885
Bainbridge, GA
c. 1885
$Free

This house may need to be moved to a new location. So much potential! This eye catching two-story neoclassical house is located on iconic beautiful tree-lined Shotwell Street just one block from historic downtown Bainbridge. 

The building is a two-story wood sided home containing 3,433 square feet, and is located within the Bainbridge Residential Historic District in Decatur County.  The house would lend itself to use as a bed-and-breakfast or professional office space, as well as a private residence.

The Cooper House is endangered by leaks in the roof, left unattended for several years. Rehabilitation will require investment of time and capital. A new roof is an immediate need, along with repair of water damage. All systems, including electrical, plumbing, and HVAC will need to be repaired and updated.