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Eatonton, c. 1920
Eatonton, GA
c. 1920

This 100-year-old beautiful Victorian home PLUS guest house is waiting for someone to love!  Lovingly restored, gorgeous and spacious!  The 608 sq ft newly renovated apartment could be rented out or used as a small business office. Sits on the historic tour in downtown Eatonton, GA with an easy walk to the courthouse, restaurants or museums. Quiet small town living within easy driving distance to Atlanta, Athens or Milledgeville.

Twin Oaks, c. 1852
Greenville, GA
c. 1852

Historic Estate on the National Register of Historic Places! The magnificent “Twin Oaks” Estate was originally built in 1852. This Antebellum Greek Revival Plantation will wow you with its six two-story, twenty-six-foot Doric columns, 42 windows & two oversized original double doors. The gated estate consists of approximately 50 acres, 2 barns, greenhouse, cooks house & historic log cabin. Lovingly maintained throughout the years, “Twin Oaks” provokes a deep sense of history & nostalgia. Own a piece of history!

Joshua Hill House, 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.

Cooper House, c. 1885
Bainbridge, GA
c. 1885

This house may need to be moved to a new location. So much potential! This eye catching two-story neoclassical house is located on iconic beautiful tree-lined Shotwell Street just one block from historic downtown Bainbridge. 

The building is a two-story wood sided home containing 3,433 square feet, and is located within the Bainbridge Residential Historic District in Decatur County.  The house would lend itself to use as a bed-and-breakfast or professional office space, as well as a private residence.

The Cooper House is endangered by leaks in the roof, left unattended for several years. Rehabilitation will require investment of time and capital. A new roof is an immediate need, along with repair of water damage. All systems, including electrical, plumbing, and HVAC will need to be repaired and updated. 

Columbus, c. 1880
Columbus, GA
c. 1880

Gracious in both scale & attention to detail, this exceptional 19th century residence exudes a sense of refinement & is embellished with luxurious & high-end details throughout. The home was extensively renovated by the current owner in 2008 to include a gourmet kitchen, sun porch, additional bath, & remodeled existing baths. Soaring ceilings, extensive molding, remarkable pocket doors, heart pine floors, & 5 marvelous fireplaces are among the many highlights. A home like no other!  

Columbus, c. 1874
Columbus, GA
c. 1874

The sprawling covered porch invites you to stay the moment you arrive. A perfect blend of genteel lifestyles of the past & modern luxuries, this 1874 Historic District beauty boasts all the modern conveniences one could want, including an amazing chef’s kitchen remodeled in 2014, renovated baths, & coveted salt water pool! Heart pine floors, stunning molding, 7 fireplaces, & stained glass windows are among the many examples of timeless elegance that remain. An embodiment of grand times long gone & those soon to come!  

Barnesville, c. 1895
Barnesville, GA
c. 1895

Immaculately restored beauty in historic downtown Barnesville features a private recreational oasis with expansive rear deck and gazebo overlooking the designer pool, pool house, and manicured lawns. Interior finishes are breathtaking with elaborate woodwork, heart pine floors and cabinets, 8 fireplaces, and granite countertops. Greet neighbors from the cozy front porch. Extremely well appointed inside and out, and all within walking distance of down town restaurants and shops. Call Clay Henderson at 770-652-1890 for details.

Kolb-Foster House, c. 1830
Madison, GA
c. 1830

The Kolb-Foster home is a living testament to generations of life well lived, and awaits your vision. The main home has a four-over-four layout, with one story extension to the rear. Craftsmanship abounds; beautifully carved mantles and staircase, pressed tin ceiling, authentic light fixtures. 13ft deep porch spans the front of the home. Beautiful landscaping features include brick walkways, pea gravel circular drive, towering magnolias and flowering shrubs. Exquisitely private yard; with c. 1818 guest house and pool.

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.