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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.

Sayre-Alford House, c. 1839
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

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

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

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

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.

John Deming House, c. 1898
Valdosta, GA
c. 1898

2020 Places in Peril site. Located between downtown and Valdosta State University, this eclectic home with a rare rain porch is on a corner lot and includes beautiful wood features, mantels, and staircase. Its namesake, John Nelson Deming, preeminent master carpenter, built many homes in Valdosta’s North Patterson Historic District/National Register of Historic Places, most notably, The Crescent, c. 1899 built for U.S. Senator W.S. West. Requires restoration and zoned residential or professional. For sale by owner for $99,000. Adjacent properties also available.

Atlanta, c. 1924, Unit #304
Atlanta, GA
c. 1924

Historic REID HOUSE on Peachtree, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. Light-filled end unit. +/-1,340 sq ft…Lovely sun porch. 2017 total renovation of kitchen and both baths. Come enjoy this classic structure with amazing location, perched on Peachtree, with small unit population…park your cars and discover the City…walkable Midtown, Arts, fine dining, Botanical Gardens, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park and so much more…come discover for yourself…pristine condition.

Atlanta, c. 1924, Unit #203
Atlanta, GA
c. 1924

Historic REID HOUSE on Peachtree…come see this rarely available 03 unit, the largest at Reid House. 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths. Marvelous window box for gardening. +/- 1,740 sq ft. Come enjoy this classic structure with amazing location, perched on Peachtree, with small unit population…park your car and discover the City…walkable Midtown, Arts, fine dining, Botanical Gardens, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park and so much more…yes, it is a “must see”, discover for yourself…in pristine condition.

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.