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Woodhaven, c. 1929
Etowah, TN
c. 1929

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.

Andever, c. 1963
Athens, TN
c. 1963

Andever, a southern neoclassical house by noted Atlanta architect James Means, is available for the first time since being built in 1963. Located on 56 acres in Athens, Tennessee, this stunning columned brick home features a spectacular collection of architectural antiques throughout: Neel Reid spiral staircase, Palladian window, & arched doorway from the J Carrol Payne house; cherry bookshelves & mantle from 1850’s Nottingham House; oak parquet ballroom floors from Cameron Hill’s Montague house; and so much more.

The Columns, c. 1910
Rome, GA
c. 1910

Perched on a corner lot “Between the Rivers,” elegance meets charm + comfort at The Columns, a 6,400+ sqft mansion built by a former Rome mayor. Restored to original glory after 3-yr renovation to replicate + honor home’s pedigree, including: salvaged heart pine flrs, mahogany drs, plaster moldings, mantelpiece from Ford Mansion in Detroit. 6 Ionic pillars frame expansive portico w breathtaking vistas of City Clock. New amenities: dream kitchen w Viking appliances, en-suite marble BAs, elevator, state-of-the-art systems, game rm, parking pavilion w ramp. Variety of entertaining spaces include grand foyer w sweeping curved staircase. 4-BD, 4.2-BA.

Acworth, c. 1879
Acworth, GA
c. 1879

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!

Atlanta, c. 1924
Atlanta, GA
c. 1924

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

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

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.

Madison, c. 1835
Madison, GA
c. 1835

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.