EAST SQUARE, P O BOX 26
WASHINGTON, GEORGIA 30673
Phone: (706) 678-5263
FAX: (706) 678-7771
"Around, Near & On our HISTORIC Town Square"
Quaint & Charming TOWN SQUARE ,sounds of the Center Fountain's cascading waters echoing off brick walls of Historic Buildings that surround the rectangle we call "THE SQUARE" Wonderful structures dating from c. 1815 (Our Georgia Realty Sales office/oldest brick building) to 1880's elaborate detailed Victorians.
Interesting & Intriguing architecture abound including the Wilkes County COURT HOUSE at the Northern end of THE SQUARE as the renovated FITZPATRICK HOTEL c.1887 (OPEN FULL TIME for Guest) spans the west side. Businesses, Restaurants , Shops, Pubs and second story LOFT APARTMENTS oversee the day to day on goings in this gracious Small Town America where life moves at a slower pace as in the genteel South of old.
OPPORTUNITIES AWAIT with Historic Buildings, many with beautiful LOFT LIVING SPACES above, are now being offered FOR SALE! BE A PART of good things to come!
~More than just a PLACE....It's a LIFE STYLE ~
HISTORIC WASHINGTON, GEORGIA!
Easy drive to Athens, Georgia, Augusta, Georgia, numerous Georgia Lakes
(Clarks Hill Lake, Oconee, Russell, Hartwell Lales and an array of other small towns
& cities 100 miles East of Atlanta, Ga. via I-20
Corner Building~Prime Retail~1 East Square
Let your entrepreneurial spirit SOAR with this one! Excellent opportunity to own one of THE BEST prime retail corners on the quaint, charming Town Square of Historic Washington, Georgia!
TOTALLY renovated within the past 5 years, the FITZPATRICK HOTEL is located on the Downtown Square, referred to by many as the "Crown Jewel" of the Square AND WINNER OF MANY HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARDS!
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