19 EAST SQUARE, P O
WASHINGTON, GEORGIA 30673
Phone: (706) 678-5263
FAX: (706) 678-7771
Classic "Revival Cottage"(4,205 SF)
Remaining in the same family for five generations this Absolutely
AWESOME classic Antebellum Revival Cottage c. 1824 boasting over
4,000+ Square Feet beckons to a new owner to come bask in the History
and ambiance of a by gone era!
This fabulous home is bestowed with a simple elegance as spacious formal rooms, with beautiful chandeliers and wonderful fireplaces are bright with an open and airy flow mixed with cozy& intriguing areas of the home. This graciously southern home consist of formal parlor, formal dining, music/living room, eat-in kitchen, keeping room/den, large laundry, wide center hall, rear entry foyer, 4 bedrooms (potential for array of uses) and 3 baths. There are fireplaces in most every room with detailed mantles & moldings. Modern amenities of central heating and air (multiple units) along with all city utilities.
Large front and rear porches enhance outdoor enjoyment of the beautiful landscaped grounds of old & new plantings. A line of mature boxwoods is one of its features and the wide carraiage path that leads up to the front of this stunning home. There is also another interesting structure on the property, once used as a school house, it is in good condition and ready for additional renovation should one desire....
This wonderful Historic property is within walking distance of the quaint, bustling town of Waynesboro. Waynesborough , later changed to Waynesboro, was laid out in 1783, although residents lived in the area before the Revolutionary War. It was officially incorporated in 1883 and is the county seat of Burke County, one of the original eight Georgia counties. President George Washington spent the night of May 17, 1791 in Waynesboro and a stone monument marks the historic location.
Waynesboro, known as "THE BIRD DOG CAPITAL of the WORLD" is thriving and an easy 20 minute or less drive to Augusta, Georgia.
AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY & TRUE TREASURE!
FLOOR PLAN Available upon request
Succession of Owners: Edward Carter and Angelina Carpenter Carter to their daughter, Charlotte Elizabeth Carter Perry, and Heman H. Perry to their daughter, Angelina Perry Reynolds, and Joseph Jones Reynolds to their son, Joseph Jones Reynolds, Jr., and Tommie Reynolds to their son, Thomas L. Reynolds, and Janann Brooks Reynolds
"Marching along with the Burke Sharpshooters when they left Waynesboro on Friday, April 19, 1861, was the man who later carried the messages and negotiations leading up to the surrender at Appomattox. The man was Judge H. H. Perry…"
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