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The Dinglewood House, c. 1859
New
Columbus , GA
c. 1859
$1,938,000

“The Dinglewood House” boasts 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 6789 sq ft, approx 3 enchanting acres, & a deep, storied history. A gracious piazza encircles the Italianate mansion & sets the stage for interior spaces rich with stunning details, to include incredible plaster cornices, carved archways, walnut doors, 9 fireplaces, & more. Main level master plus an additional guest room on main. A mahogany staircase leads to the 2nd floor, where 3 guest rooms, each with its own bath, await. Magical grounds, porte-cochere, inground pool. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, this exceptional property offers livability & a timeless sense of serenity. We invite you to continue this legacy by becoming the next steward of this amazing property.

Atlanta, c. 1916
New
Atlanta, GA
c. 1916
$565,000

1916 Craftsman in Capitol View. Lovingly restored by two contractors/designers as their custom Intown bungalow. This home has tons of historic charm while offering modern luxury. Historic details abound including original heart pine hardwood flooring, 10′ ceilings, triple crown moulding, four fireplaces with original mantels, ceramic tile, cast-iron surrounds, six panel wood pocket doors, 8″ baseboards and corner guards, coffered ceilings and custom built-ins. Must see kitchen! 3BR/2BA, 1,750 sq. ft, approximately 800 sq/ft of full height attic space available for any future additions. Walk to Perkerson Park, Beltline, Lee & White development, MARTA. Excellent access to I-20, I-75/85, Mercedes Benz Stadium, airport and downtown.

Brunswick, c. 1904
New
Brunswick, GA
c. 1904
$684,900

One of the most memorable “Grand Dames” of Historic Brunswick, this elegant Queen Anne Victorian sits proudly on Union Street, one of the City’s most revered streets for period architecture and stately homes. Built in 1904 by the du Bignon family (former owners of Jekyll), this beauty sits on 1.5 “Old Town” lots among mature palms, live oaks & camellias. Carefully maintained, the original architectural details include intricate window fenestration, mullions & leaded-glass, widow’s walk & port-cochere. Operating pocket doors in front parlor & formal dining room, cascading grand staircase & rear staircase, both w/ original balustrades, newel posts & banisters, 7 fireplaces w/ original mantels & ceramics, interior transom windows & more! Upstairs are 3 large bedrooms, 2 renovated baths & sleeping porch. Downstairs Study could be used as 4th bedroom-easily convert to Owners suite on main. Stairs lead to 3rd floor attic which could convert to living area/home office/theatre.

Warthen-Jordan House, c. 1906
New
Warthen, GA
c. 1906
$395,000

Vernacular Colonial Revival/Victorian home has an expansive downstairs porch featuring a sitting bay and an ell with a side entry into the kitchen. Wide foyer and central hallway with a handsome staircase rising on the right to the upper floor. This home has been carefully and lovingly restored over the past 20 years, keeping many of its original elements: re-finished hardwood floors, fireplaces/gas logs, original wainscot, picture moulding and 10 foot ceilings. Master suite on main floor. Newly remodeled kitchen. 5 Bedrooms and 3.5 baths. This home is on the National Register of Historic Places.

May-Turner House, c. 1916
New
Warthen, GA
c. 1916
$375,000

Own a piece of Warthen, GA’s history – The May-Turner House. This early 1900’s Neoclassical home is the Grande Dame of historical Warthen, GA and was the home to some of the original residents of Warthen, GA including Mrs. Bess Warthen-Turner herself. Located equidistant among Atlanta, Athens, Macon, Augusta, and Savannah, Warthen is the quintessential location for anyone looking to own a remarkable get away home or even the person who wants to start a quaint “Bed ‘n’ Breakfast” for tourists traveling through the area. House is full of original charm from the hand-engraved entrance door to the original heart of pine hardwood floors throughout and oversized living and bedroom spaces. First floor features 2 gas-burning double-sided fireplaces with original mantles and showstopper u-shaped staircase. 2nd floor would be ideal for an in-law or additional suite, considering the secondary kitchen that was retrofitted for this level.

Tolemac Farm, c. 1895
Jasper, GA
c. 1895
$5,369,190

Tolemac Farm, built in 1895, is located in the rolling foothills of North Georgia. The farm is situated on over 460+/- breathtaking acres and offers everything from equestrian facilities to hunting, fishing, and luxurious relaxation. The 1895 farmhouse is totally updated yet retains its historic presence, beautiful hardwood floors throughout, gorgeous kitchen with stainless appliances, stacked fieldstone fireplace in the great room, wonderful family room with fireplace and built-in bookshelves, Upper level Main bedroom suite with vaulted ceiling, sitting area with fireplace, spa bath, floor to ceiling windows with gorgeous views from every room, 8 stall barn with feed room, tack room, and over 2000+/-Sq ft of living space above the barn featuring a kitchen, hardwood floors, views of the pastures and can sleep 20+. The property also features a 4 acre pond with platform dock and on the northern end of the property there are over 200+/- acres of managed pine.  

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

This restored home designed by architects Ivey & Crook recalls a simpler time. Greenbelt access. Flemish bond brick, slate roof, marble & hardwood floors, high ceilings, 14 spacious rooms, 4.5 baths, 2 porches, private terrace, 2.3 acres (3.6 more acres optional); 48 miles to ATL airport. Contact Goodrich 276-206-0810 www.2002maple.com “Carrollton is a comfortable place with a handsome old downtown… but it was the ease of striking up conversation that touched my heart.” – Garrison Keillor