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The Old Library, Bainbridge
Bainbridge, GA
c. 1939-40

Located in beautiful Downtown Bainbridge, GA, The Old Library has recently been fully restored.  The two-story structure was built in 1939-1940 as a Depression era Works Progress Administration (WPA) project. It originally housed the Decatur County Library and then the Decatur County Mental Health Center. The property is 5200 square feet and has a fully renovated interior and new 25 year roof. It is eligible for R.U.R.A.L Tax Credits.  

Stokes-McHenry House, c. 1822
Madison, GA
c. 1822

Margaret Mitchell visited this two-story Old Post Road Home. The Stokes-McHenry House, circa 1822 with abounding history! First time on the market, same family for seven generations, in great condition. Beautiful historic woodwork. Lovingly maintained throughout the years. This 5 BR, 4 BA home with more than 5,000 sq ft living space is a true treasure to own. Centrally located in the heart of Madison’s Historic District.

Forsyth, c. 1860
Forsyth, GA
c. 1860

This fully restored & renovated Monroe County Manor on 8 acres promises to both pamper you with the finest of modern finishes while instantly provoking the deepest sense of history & nostalgia. Only having had 2 owners in 159 years, this offering is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The Old Stagecoach Road to Atlanta runs through the property. Features include new roof, plumbing, electrical, & HVAC. Fully renovated kitchen offers commercial high-end appliances, refinished original 1.5” thick heart pine floors, 14 chandeliers, saltwater pool, pergola, 20×20 barn w fenced pasture, greenhouse, gated pea gravel front & rear driveways, & 26 tree pecan orchard. Walk to Church, dinner, or Theater. Be right in the heart of the bourgeoning historic Forsyth, GA!

Wilkes-Stephens-Willingham Home, c. 1852
Forsyth, GA
c. 1852

This one of a kind restored antebellum manor will surprise you with a level of mystery and comfort only dreamed about in modern times. Original wood floors, custom woodwork, newly remodeled kitchen, expansive ceilings, and large open living areas will charm your guests and provide many more great memories for generations to come. This estate sits on over a full acre of high, flat land, and offers a large 2 car garage with space above. Recent improvements include newly renovated master bathroom & 2nd bathroom, tankless water heater, updated electrical & plumbing systems, along with several other features which offer all the benefits of olde world nostalgia with today’s comfort without sacrificing a modern & high standard of luxury & comfort.

Lithonia, c. 1900
Lithonia, GA
c. 1900

Eye catching property- So much potential PLUS 43+/- gorgeous acres. Two homes including this eye catching 1900 house plus a Brick Ranch home on a basement, Pole Barn and Lake! Two parcels convey with this property. Film scouts call frequently on this land, lake and the 1900 house. Potential income to be earned if you like movies filmed on your property. Offered at $895,000.

Starr Estate, c. 1890
Newnan, GA
c. 1890

Starr Estate is located at 517 Jim Starr Road in Newnan. This serene and private farmhouse is on 12 acres of fenced pastures and gardens. Entire property has been beautifully renovated and the current owner is a registered architect. Farmhouse has four fireplaces, high ceilings, and a stunning chef’s kitchen overlooking the screened porch and saltwater pool. Estate includes a Horse Barn, 2-bedroom Guest House, 1-bedroom Cabin, Workshop, Chicken Coop, sports court, circle driveway and so much more. A piece of paradise just 25 minutes from the Atlanta airport!

Atlanta, c. 1924-26
Atlanta, GA
c. 1924-26

Historic Reid House in Midtown/Ansley Park, 1325 Peachtree @ 16th Street, #802. 1 Bedroom/1.5 bath condominium, above the trees, endless viewing with huge sun room windows in 1,400+ square feet. Living room with fireplace + dining room + large sun room + galley kitchen. Amazing opportunity, totally renovated in 2016 Brilliant location…walkable to rapid transportation, Colony Square, Botanical Garden, Winn Park, High Museum, Atlanta Symphony, lawyers’ offices, restaurants & anything else you might desire!

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

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.