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Tennille, c. 1890
Tennille, GA
c. 1890

Enjoy the grandeur of this stunningly beautiful Victorian home built in 1890 in Tennille, GA. Step through the tall double doors topped with an amazing stained glass window. The turned staircase features paneled oak wainscot and is illuminated by two colorful stained glass windows. Enter the living room through French doors to see one of the many full-surround mantles, accented with the original tile. Exquisite features: Large pocket doors, hardwood floors, bead-board ceilings, picture molding and wainscoting. Kitchen updated with custom cabinets, island, breakfast bar and cozy window seats. The butler’s pantry is now a bright and welcoming breakfast area. Second floor has 3 spacious bedrooms that include a master suite. 3 car garage

Monticello, c. 1910
Monticello, GA
c. 1910

MOTIVATED SELLER! Moving….Retreat & Intown living all in one! One of a kind fabulous Historic Home with Southern Charm! Literally minutes’ walk to coffee shop, restaurant, bank & post office/ Town Square. Private Lot. Bonus room with full bath can also double as an office/studio or in-law suite. Home is updated with style and nicely renovated. Beautiful interior with heart of pine floors throughout. 5 fireplaces with lovely original tile. 12-feet high ceilings with stunning parlor doors with all the trimmings. Gourmet kitchen with beautiful large window views of private yard, huge pantry. Workshop with attached garage and storage. Privacy fencing with separate pet area. New furnace & water heater.

Reed-Mitchell House, c. 1838
Sandy Springs, GA
c. 1838

The Reed-Mitchell House, located at 6990 Long Island Drive in Sandy Springs, is one of the oldest homes in Atlanta. It was completely restored by local architect John Baxter in 1960 and the carriage house and office were added in 1968. The main house has 3 bedrooms; 1 full bath; 2 half baths; and 3 fireplaces, with all original heart pine floors and wood trim, but the bathrooms, kitchen, and mechanical systems have all been updated.

Joshua Hill House, c. 1835
Madison, GA
c. 1835

The most historically significant home in Madison, GA. This 4 BR 3.5 BA Greek Revival sits eloquently on its own block 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 and attention to detail. Discover MADISON… Where Living Is EASY! Just an hour from Atlanta or Augusta and 30 minutes to Athens or Lake Oconee.

Sandy Springs, c.1854
Sandy Springs, GA
c. 1854

Unique homage to Georgia’s antebellum history in Sandy Springs, 30min north of Atlanta. 3 acres of lush gardens and woodlands surround a painstakingly restored 12-room farmhouse (c.1854) once owned by Confederate Officer C.N. Woodall. Home features log cabin addition (c.1840, Monroe), period outbuildings, and 2-story guest house (c.1840, Gordon). Residential/B&B/private retreat.

Rabun County, c. 1935
Tiger, GA
c. 1935

This lovingly restored farmhouse features 4 Br, 3 1/2 Ba with gracious living spaces. Original flooring, walls, beams, and FP in the center of the house. Each end has had additions built using reclaimed finish materials to ensure the integrity of the style. This home offers comfortable living while enjoying the ambiance of days gone by. Almost 5 acres in a great location.

Rossiter-Little House
Sparta, GA
c. 1797

This house has been rehabilitated and is in good condition. The house comes furnished with period antiques, an inventory of which is available upon request.

Considered the oldest house in Sparta, the Rossiter-Little House was constructed c. 1797 by Dr. Timothy Rossiter on the town’s highest spot. The two front wings were added before the Civil War. The Rossiter-Little House was documented by the Historic American Building Survey in the 1930s.

Original materials include fireplace mantels, heart pine floors and interior walls of hand cut boards. The two-story house has a kitchen, eight main rooms and two bathrooms.

Morris-Burns House, Rutledge
Rutledge, GA
c. 1848

Small town EASY living! Many original fixtures remain, preserving its authenticity & charm of the once local boarding house. A wide center hallway, heart pine floors, original moldings & pocket doors throughout. 9 fireplaces, 2 w/ original English tile. Addition to the home is plumbed for BA & mini kitchen/laundry perfect for in-law suite. Main floor includes Master Suite, office/study, formal dining & new HVAC. Large porches overlooking beautiful landscape, irrigation & storage barn. Listed on National Register of Historic Places & potential B&B.

Brookfield Plantation, c. 1875
Griffin, GA
c. 1875

Country Estate – Historic Brookfield Plantation was completed in 1875 and is on 17 acres, under an hour from Atlanta Airport. Surrounded by Guest Cottages, a Party Barn, Horse Stables & the Old Mills Smoke House, the Main House is a beautiful two story dwelling w/tall ceilings, wide center halls, heart pine floors & original staircase. Enjoy the renovated 4 Bed 4.5 Ba home & two renovated Guest Cottages w/bedrooms & kitchenettes. All listed on The National Register of Historic Places. Great for Events or as a Bed & Breakfast. A must see!

Bronwood, c. 1890
Bronwood, GA
c. 1890

Turn of the century Victorian full of history with modern living on 2.9 acres. Renovated with highest quality upgrades. Gourmet Kitchen loaded with cabinets galore & original glass cupboards. Master bath has gorgeous tile shower, cast iron tub & fireplace. Den remodeled with beadboard and moulding, built-in entertainment cabinet. French doors, on each side of newly added gas fireplace, open to a screen porch. Fenced pasture, barn, potting shed, screened building.