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ACWORTH, c. 1858. Period perfect restoration per Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation guidelines on this circa 1858 home which has been converted to office. The main structures consist of at least 8 individual offices plus a large room with partitions. Wide plank heart pine floors, walls and ceilings, 2 fireplaces, separate outbuilding for storage and numerous historic features. 1.17 acres, 20 parking spaces, near I-75 and Downtown Acworth. Offered for $699,000. Contact Jim Glover, Atlanta Fine Homes, 404-974-4420.
BOX SPRINGS, c. 1835. Discover a piece of history in Box Springs just minutes from Columbus and Fort Benning. Completely restored historic southern home. Large 17X17 rooms, large open hallway. Home updated with central air + heat and modern baths. Beautiful open kitchen with Mexican tile, island and huge amount of storage. Gorgeous sun room and large rear deck. Several out buildings. Flat pasture land, perfect for horses! Great amount of floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcases and more. $134,950 for the home and four acres. Contact John Bunn, 706-662-0125, Waddell Realty Co.
COLLEGE PARK, c. 1892. Nestled on a quiet tree lined street in the heart of College Park, the Palmour House is a reminder of the Victorian style homes of the 1890’s. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the "Annabelle," as the mansion is affectionately known, is the second oldest house in College Park. The magnificent details have been meticulously maintained with 12 fireplaces, decorative pressed tin ceilings, rich mahogany floors, and original beveled and stained glass windows. Offered for $599,000 (originally $699,000). Call Carolyn Calloway for more information, 404-312-6700, Harry Norman Realtors, The Buckhead Office. 404-233-4142. View more photos >>
COLUMBUS, c. 1923. 1617 Summit Drive. This architectural gem created
by renowned architect J. Neel Reid in 1923 sits on 2.5 acres on a "knoll in the beautiful little garden suburb of Peacock Woods." Reid’s exquisite details abound in this Georgian home with Federal and Greek Revival details. Rear elevation boasts a porte-cochere entrance, columned guest house, tea house gazebo, and heated gunite pool. The only Neel Reid home in Columbus. Contact Ruthie Curtis with Waddell Realty, 706-577-1005,
COWEE, NC c. 1936. This gabled tin roof house with gingerbread trim is situated on 5.45 acres of land in North Carolina that will be protected with a conservation easement. The house was recently used as a local food co-op and would make an excellent residence, small boutique inn or commercial space. Accompanying is a 1920 former post office, which is waiting on a renewed purpose. Located in the heart of the Cowee-West’s Mill Historic District. The land and house are being sold through a partnership with the Land Trust for the Little Tennessee and Preservation NC. Both buildings will require a complete rehabilitation. Call Ted Alexander, Regional Director, Preservation NC Western office, 704-482-3531, firstname.lastname@example.org .
EATONTON, c. 1902. 409 N. Madison Avenue. A Colonial Revival designed by Willis Denny (architect of The Georgia Trust’s Rhodes Hall) located on the Antebellum Trail in the prestigious historic section of Eatonton. A 15 month restoration returned this home to its former glory, starting from paint scraping to adding new plumbing, wiring, and heating & air systems. This mint condition home has been furnished with many period pieces (which are available for sale). Contact Gale Weaver, CB Lake Oconee Realty at 706-473-1366 (cell) or 706-467-3181 (office) or email email@example.com .
FORSYTH, c. 1907. 147 W. Johnston Street. Southern Charm with just a twist of Charleston! Absolutely, no character lost when the kitchen was modernized or the baths restored! Downstairs master suite has elegant bedroom d
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