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Bronwood, c. 1890
Bronwood, GA
c. 1890

Turn of the century Victorian full of history with modern living on 2.9 acres. Includes antiques, price negotiable without antiques. Renovated with highest quality upgrades. Gourmet Kitchen loaded with cabinets galore & original glass cupboards. Master bath has gorgeous tile shower, cast iron tub & fireplace. Den remodeled with beadboard and moulding, built-in entertainment cabinet. French doors, on each side of newly added gas fireplace, open to a screen porch. Fenced pasture, barn, potting shed, screened building.

Morris-Burns House, Rutledge
Rutledge, GA
c. 1848

Small town EASY living! Many original fixtures remain, preserving its authenticity & charm of the once local boarding house. A wide center hallway, heart pine floors, original moldings & pocket doors throughout. 9 fireplaces, 2 w/ original English tile. Addition to the home is plumbed for BA & mini kitchen/laundry perfect for in-law suite. Main floor includes Master Suite, office/study, formal dining & new HVAC. Large porches overlooking beautiful landscape, irrigation & storage barn. Listed on National Register of Historic Places & potential B&B.

Brooks, c.1870
Brooks, GA
c. 1870

Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 3 bath (master on the main) Rustic Farmhouse. Built in 1870 then renovated and enlarged to its current stateliness. This home boasts antique heart pine floors throughout, central HVAC, huge country kitchen, upstairs den, original hardwood ceilings, a beautiful pool and outdoor kitchen, barn, greenhouse, tool shed, detached garage and a guesthouse overlooking a landscaped courtyard. All on 11.5 acres 45 minutes south of Atlanta Airport in Fayette County.  

Magnolia Terrace, Covington
Covington, GA
c. 1846

Be only the fourth owner of this lovely antebellum home in historic Covington, Georgia. Built in 1846, this six-bedroom, 6000 square-foot home sits on two acres and has a separate 800 square-foot apartment with a separate entrance. It features original plaster walls and 14-foot ceilings in the living room, as well as a massive sun porch that was added to the home in 1923. 36 miles from downtown Atlanta.

The Rock, c. 1880
The Rock, GA
c. 1880

Just steps from The Rock Ranch, this 5 bedroom 2.5 bath home built in 1880 is glorious. On five acres in the heart of The Rock. Has almost 4000 sq ft. Has two outbuildings. An old one room school house and a large Quonset hut with electricity. Gorgeous stairway. Huge rooms and hallways. Wrap around porch. Antique wall paper in great condition. Huge library with rolling stairwell. Large Country Kitchen. All for only $279,900.

Sandersville, c. 1840-50
Sandersville, GA
c. 1840-50

Circa 1840-1850: Classic four-over-four Greek Revival home. Front rooms, up and down are 19’ square. 31 inch hand-planed, paneled wainscoting and large six over six original windows. The pine mantels, made with two panels each are hand-planed and pegged. This home was at one time the center of a plantation. Still existing: two-room dwelling/cook’s quarter, dove cote/pigeon house, large barn. Historic gem in the heart of Sandersville, GA.

Barrow Academy, Madison
Madison, GA
c. 1840

Own a rare piece of Madison, GA’s history…where living is EASY! Barrow Academy, C. 1840 is one of the most famous homes in Madison. Its unique New Orleans style is not often seen in this part of GA & was formerly a school in the 1850s. This home has been completely restored while carefully retaining original woodwork, fireplaces, windows, hardwood floors & adding custom features. Boasting of 13 ft ceilings, beautiful open kitchen w/ brick, remolded BA & 6 fireplaces. Sitting on the beautiful manicured lawn is a guest house/office w/ a full bath.

Marble Hill, Atlanta
Atlanta, GA
c. 1935

Located in the prestigious Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. When buying this home you will be buying history. Marble Hill was built from Etowah Pink Georgia Marble, given to the first owners as a wedding gift from her parents. The current owners totally restored it in 2012 while maintaining all the historical features. Three bedrooms and three and a half baths. High ceilings, large fireside living room and walk out backyard. Listed for $1,745,000.

Madison, c. 1835
Madison, GA
c. 1835

Welcome to the most historically significant home in Madison, GA; The Joshua Hill House has a lively past dating back to 1835. This 4 bedroom 3.5 bath Greek revival sits eloquently on its own block surrounded by gardens, a potting shed, 2 car detached garage, pool and pool house, and a beautiful mature pecan grove. The interior features original hardwood floors, immaculate moulding and details, and a spacious floor plan with a perfect balance of formality and comfortable living. Discover Madison’s slow, southern lifestyle in luxury. 6,393 sqft, offered at $2,950,000.