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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.

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

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.

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.