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Rome, c. 1910
New
Rome, GA
c. 1910
$1,950,000

Opulent inside + out, Rose Hill is a ¾ acre estate in the heart of Downtown Rome anchored by an immaculately-restored, 7,137-sqft. Greek Revival home. Original craftsmanship meets modern amenities w/ 1st-floor owner’s suite, library, gourmet kitchen, conservatory, pool + spa, pavilion, outdoor living room, garage w/ guesthouse, 9 working fireplaces; 6-BD, 5.2-BA. Sits on original foundation of home where Sherman’s March to the Sea was planned. With spaces to entertain, work + relax, this one-of-a-kind showplace embodies livable elegance. $1,950,000.

Atlanta, c. 1924
New
Atlanta, GA
c. 1924
$615,000

Historic REID HOUSE on Peachtree…come see this “902” Penthouse unit, (1325 P’tree) with the million dollar view!… 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths with marvelous window box for your green thumb, paneled in heart pine… +/- 1,425 sq ft with 12-15ft ceilings… perched on Peachtree (@ 16th). Come enjoy this classic structure for daily sunrise breakfast overlooking Ansley Park, park your car and discover the City…walkable Midtown, Arts, fine dining, Botanical Gardens, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park & so much more…yes, it is a “must see”, discover for yourself… $615,000.

Macon, c. 1913
Macon, GA
c. 1913

A Georgia Trust Places in Peril site. This Neel Reid designed Tudor style brick home with crenelated parapet walls and charming half timbered portico was built in 1913. The original plan remains intact and all the beautiful historic details including floors, mantles, windows, doors and staircases are in good condition. The house is located in the National Register Listed Historic Vineville Neighborhood on a quarter acre with 2 car garage, cottage and courtyard in the rear. Call for pricing information and contact for realtor.

Lavonia, c. 1895
Lavonia, GA
c. 1895
$1,200,000

This park like property comprises the residence, carriage houses and a converted brick power plant, 2-story barn and acreage for your children and pets to wander. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Colonial Revival-style house is the former home of Governor S. Ernest Vandiver, Jr. It has approximately 5,200 sq ft of living space including large spaces for entertaining. Though modernized throughout the years to be completely enjoyable, the home has retained its old Southern appearance, its charm of being lived in and treasured completely. The new homeowner has the potential to build upon one of Georgia’s most iconic and historically significant residences with their own unique vision.

Hartwell, c. 1898
Hartwell, GA
c. 1898
$125,000

Beautiful home located in Hartwell, GA. This home was built in 1898 and features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths; and is 2173 sq feet. The lot is 0.41 acres. There’s a detached back building that is 800 sq feet with power and unfinished upstairs. Located conveniently one block from downtown and schools.

Sayre-Alford House, c. 1839
Sold!
SPARTA, GA
c. 1839
$399,000 for three houses or $299,000 for just the main house

Two acres/three homes in the heart of Georgia… the Sayre-Alford Home boasts architecture, timeless preserved history with modern qualities allowing any owner to enjoy the preservation of the finest time periods along with today’s amenities of comfort, protection and class. From the iron gates and railings, to the foot thick walls, you cannot find a better build for the price in the state.  Located a few hours from Atlanta or the coast, this beauty is screaming for you to call her home. $399,000 for the three houses or $299,000 for just the main house.

Chapman-Kincaid-Hunt House, c. 1854
Griffin, GA
c. 1854
$799,000

The Chapman-Kincaid-Hunt House, an outstanding example of a Beaux Arts Greek Revival home, built in 1854 and nestled on 8.3+/-ac features an owners suite on the main level, second owners suite and 3 bedrooms on the second level, 2 fireplaces with original millwork, gorgeous living room with fireplace, eleven foot ceilings, dining room seats 12+. The historic charm and significance have been maintained and all systems have been modernized.

The Willis House, c. 1820s
Milledgeville, GA
c. 1820s
$339,000

One of the most well known historic homes in Milledgeville, Ga is for sale. The Willis House, built in the 1820s sits on a 9.8 acre tract and is on the National Register of Historic Homes. With Greek Revival detailing on front, the home has well done pine faux marbelizing trim, plaster walls, original Adam-style mantels and was constructed using heart-pine. Call for more information on this Southern lady.

Oak House, c. 1835
Madison, GA
c. 1835
$3,250,000

The Oak House is truly the marveled gem of Madison. Circa 1835, this Colonial Revival masterpiece boasts a two-story grand entrance outlined by its original oak staircase. Originally built in the early 1800s then burned in 1890, the tribute was finished around 1897. An acclaimed addition and renovation, completed in 1994, tripled its size. Sweeping views from every level, waxed pine paneling, and hand-crafted, elaborate detailing throughout this 14,065 square foot house has everything you need on site, including master wing, four full guest suites, laundromat, chef’s kitchen, bar, pool, wine cellar, gym and so much more.

Hill-Price House, c. 1890
Bronwood, GA
c. 1890
$264,900

Beautifully renovated Victorian Italianate nestled on 3 acres in quaint rural Southwest Georgia community. Picket fences & porches offer a gracious welcome to updated & modern features yet maintaining historical charm. 2914 square feet offers formal & informal areas, 3-4 bedrooms & 2 full baths. Lots of storage & closet space. Master bath depicts fireplace with double vanity. The walk in tiled shower is off set by “Party” claw foot tub. Large windows brighten a large updated kitchen.  Original built in cupboards accent white cabinets with touch of granite countertops & tile backsplash & farm sink. Laundry area offers plenty of cabinet space. Being one of Bronwood’s first homes, it is a fairytale of 2 sisters excited to move closer to town before Christmas of 1890.