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Historic Homes
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"Saragreen" Columned Antebellum
c. 1828
Standing majestically atop a 6.2 Acre knoll dotted with Ageless Oaks, Towering Magnolias, flowering period shrubs & Dogwoods, the beautiful Antebellum, "Saragreen", is adorned with four beautiful & rare *Temple-of-the-Winds Corinthian Columns *and is first of the large historic homes to greet visitors to Historic Washington, Georgia.

Turn of the Century Victorian Farmhouse
14.75 Acres Totally Remodeled/Renovated
Totally & Beautifully Remodeled/Renovated with a rustic vibe of warm wood moldings & trim, this early 1900\'s spacious Victorian farmhouse is what you\'ve been seeking! Situated on 14.75 picturesque acres it sits atop a small knoll with grand oaks shading wrap around porches, rays of sunshine striking brilliant colors in original stained glass transoms.

"Pleasant Shade" Dugas-Wingfield-Wagner Home
c. 1790
Reigning majestically over East Robert Toombs Avenue is the historic Dugas-Wingfield-Wagner Home c. 1790 also known as "Pleasant Shade" which name evokes memories of shaded lanes that once led from the town Square to this exquisite renovated Southern mansion graced with massive fluted columns, the largest in historic Washington, Georgia.
PRICE REDUCED to $950,000
Open to OFFERS!
Booker-Pharis Home
c. 1816*
Recently REFRESHED , Attractive in its simplicity, this Federal-Style Home is ideally located for residential, commercial, hospitality or combination of both usages. It is a preserved example of one of Wilkes County's earliest architectural styles and a rare find in one of Georgia's most historically significant and picturesque small towns.

Red Brick Manor - The Samuel Lowe Home
c. 1898
This most Exquisite Southern Mansion reflects Greek Revival architecture with soaring columns, wide Southern porches, beautiful unpainted heart of Pine wainscotting & sets of pocket doors, a grand entry hall with arched doorway fanlights and a gracefully rising CENTER staircase from which even Scarlett would happily make a spectacular entrance.

Tupper-Barnett House
c. 1832
With much restoration completed, this very impressive home encircled by 18 towering fluted columns is ready and waiting a new owner to lovingly resurrect & return this gracious Southern mansion to her former glory. Originally built as an 8 room, two story Federal style home by Dr. William H. Pope c. 1832, the stunning colonnade was added around 1860 by Henry Allen Tupper, a beloved and respected minister of the First Baptist Church of Washington, Ga. for some 20 years.
Asking $675,000

Fluker-Harris Historic Home
c. 1889
Passed down through generations and remaining in the same family since William Thomas Fluker, Jr . in 1889 proudly constructed it as "Home Sweet Home" for his wife, Emily and their 12 children, the Fluker-Harris home abounds in charm and wonderful southern home features!
"The Belmont Plantation" on 28 Acres
As one enters the home into a lovely foyer showcasing the early staircase and arched entry into the formal dining room located in the center, heart of the home. There is a library with beautiful built in hand crafted shelving, spacious living room(parlor), additional office/work area (each of these rooms with gorgeous views of outside natural surroundings). Beautiful chandeliers and period light fixtures throughout. Tall Virginia style mantles adorn fireplaces on the main level with a total of nine fireplaces in the home.
"The Old York Place" on 5.87 Acres
Beautifully renovated, this home will stir within you memories of a more genteel time as remnants of a by-gone era are evident at every turn from the tall ceilings, pine floors, graceful staircase, original crystal door knobs, chandeliers, mantled fireplaces and multiple period out buildings.
Grove Street Cottage
This Delightful Cottage is set to CHARM the lovers of Older Homes! Featuring Gorgeous Heart of Pine wood floors, Tall Ceilings, Mantled Fireplaces, original six-panel wooden doors, Moldings throughout that include Ceiling & Picture rail as well as wide baseboards that help frame the loveliness of each room!
c1820 Plantation Plain HISTORIC HOME
Located one block from the Town Square in the historic and picturesque small southern town of Abbeville, South Carolina, this Plantation Plain/Colonial style c. 1820\\\\\'s home is overflowing with charm and thought to be one of Abbeville\\\\\'s earliest houses.
"Pineheart" 8.24 Acre Estate
Absolutely magnificent Estate, totally renovated, situated on 8.24 acres of immaculate grounds with gorgeous views of stocked pond, woodlands and rolling pasturelands.....all fenced. Home boasts 14 spacious rooms with 3 1/2 baths!

Wynne-Randall Victorian
1.79 Acres with Victorian Main Home, Guest House & Nostalgic Barns
Lovingly maintained and cared for through generation after generation of the same family, this home has had only one non-family owner since "Miss Sue," wife of Judge William Wynne, supervised its construction in the 1890s, making sure everything was built as she wanted it!

311 Main SOLD! 
Ultimate Cottage Charm...Greek Revival Style
Grand in STYLE and ELEGANCE, every square foot of this home is stunning from its exquisite chandeliers and wall sconces, Eight Foot tall doors, heated marble floors, large ceiling Medallions with gold leaf trim and fan lights to its Tongue and groove Vaulted Ceilings (Kitchen/Dining and Primary Bedroom), New England Rock Maple Crown Moldings, Tubular skylights and Venetian plaster wall finishes!
324 Main

Rise to the Challenge: Antebellum Greek Revival
With an over abundance of POTENTIAL and POSSIBILITIES, this home is a classic ante-bellum two-story in the Greek Revival style "RENOVATION READY" with the oldest section built around 1840 constructed in the then popular two-over-two style ( so the story is told) to be later infused with lovely Victorian features.

"Old Bank of Madison & Ye Olde Colonial with Penthouse Loft"
Historically preserved and restored to their 1840\\\\\'s Glory days! "Prime Corner Location" in Downtown Madison Georgia. These buildings consist of the Original "Bank of Madison" pictured with Doric columns, the two story corner Brick building that fronts W Washington and Main street also know over the last decade by locals as the "Ye Olde Colonial" and a large one bedroom penthouse on the second story .
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Bordeaux Hall
The Dr. John Albert Gibert House on 5 Acres
Nestled in a PRIVATE park-like setting minutes from Strom Thurmond Lake and numerous golf courses, this beautiful Greek Revival with towering columns and gorgeous grounds of oaks bring back the genteel Southern Charm of a by gone era.


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