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Sandy Springs, c.1854
Sandy Springs, GA
c. 1854

HISTORIAN LED HOME TOUR MAY 18TH 11AM! Unique homage to Georgia’s antebellum history in Sandy Springs, 30min north of Atlanta. 3 acres of lush gardens and woodlands surround a painstakingly restored 12-room farmhouse (c.1854) once owned by Confederate Officer C.N. Woodall. Home features log cabin addition (c.1840, Monroe), period outbuildings, and 2-story guest house (c.1840, Gordon). Residential/B&B/private retreat. Register at

Rabun County, c. 1935
Tiger, GA
c. 1935

This lovingly restored farmhouse features 4 Br, 3 1/2 Ba with gracious living spaces. Original flooring, walls, beams, and FP in the center of the house. Each end has had additions built using reclaimed finish materials to ensure the integrity of the style. This home offers comfortable living while enjoying the ambiance of days gone by. Almost 5 acres in a great location.

Rossiter-Little House
Sparta, GA
c. 1797

This house has been rehabilitated and is in good condition. The house comes furnished with period antiques, an inventory of which is available upon request.

Considered the oldest house in Sparta, the Rossiter-Little House was constructed c. 1797 by Dr. Timothy Rossiter on the town’s highest spot. The two front wings were added before the Civil War. The Rossiter-Little House was documented by the Historic American Building Survey in the 1930s.

Original materials include fireplace mantels, heart pine floors and interior walls of hand cut boards. The two-story house has a kitchen, eight main rooms and two bathrooms.

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.

Brookfield Plantation, c. 1875
Griffin, GA
c. 1875

Country Estate – Historic Brookfield Plantation was completed in 1875 and is on 17 acres, under an hour from Atlanta Airport. Surrounded by Guest Cottages, a Party Barn, Horse Stables & the Old Mills Smoke House, the Main House is a beautiful two story dwelling w/tall ceilings, wide center halls, heart pine floors & original staircase. Enjoy the renovated 4 Bed 4.5 Ba home & two renovated Guest Cottages w/bedrooms & kitchenettes. All listed on The National Register of Historic Places. Great for Events or as a Bed & Breakfast. A must see!

St. Marys, c. 1801
St. Marys, GA
c. 1801

Built in 1801 by Charles Jackson, 314 Osborne Street is one of the oldest homes in St. Marys. Just blocks from the waterfront and Cumberland Island ferry, this beautiful home boasts pine and hardwood floors, porches on upper and lower levels, 5-bedrooms 3.5 baths in the main house, 2-bedroom, 2 bath guest suite, art studio or apt and she-shed in back. Perfectly suited for a B&B or private residence. This beautiful home was featured on a Georgia Trust Ramble in 2015.

Sandersville, c. 1900
Sandersville, GA
c. 1900

Victorian style home built for Henry and Pauline Paris, designed by Charles E. Choate. Their daughter, Rachel Paris, made the home and street famous by writing a book based on her childhood entitled Silk Stocking Street. The spacious home has so many original details for the large curving front porch, gingerbread trim, original stain glass, wood floors and gold leaf moldings throughout. The back yard is brick fenced with a large patio, an inground gunite pool and a Victorian style pool house.

Bullard Hall, Tennille
Tennille, GA
c. 1843

Bullard Hall was built by Lewis Bullard, a Confederate Legislature and signer of the Ordinance of Secession, Republic of GA for Washington County. Since then, this home has undergone many changes and loved by many families. Upgrades throughout including the kitchen and master closet. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Professionally landscaped with pecan trees and crepe myrtles that lead to an in-ground salt water pool with cabana style pool house.

Georgia Agricultural Works Building, Fort Valley
Fort Valley, GA
c. 1875

Redevelopment opportunity in the Fort Valley Downtown and Railroad Historic District which was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on August 21, 2010. The building served as headquarters of Georgia Agricultural Works that manufactured the Georgia Centennial Cotton Gin feeder and condenser. The building has housed businesses engaged in steam engines, furniture, hardware, buggies, and agricultural implements. Development possibilities include street-level retail  or office and 2nd story lofts.

Sharon-Cooke House, Madison
Madison, GA
c. 1840

Sharon-Cooke house, c. 1840 is located on quiet street in the heart of Madison’s Historic District. Completely restored two over two Plantation Plain house. Meticulous and creative restoration with all the pluses of modern living. Great room has hand hewn beams; interior doors are made from floor joists of original house. Elegant dining room and entrance hall. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, vaulted ceiling in great room with masonry fireplace, beautifully landscaped, 2 car garage.