EAST SQUARE, P O BOX 26
WASHINGTON, GEORGIA 30673
Phone: (706) 678-5263
FAX: (706) 678-7771
c.1787 / c.1807
Architects, as well as the casual visitor, are stunned by the "audacious bulk" of this magnificent house which somehow also manages to be a house of grace, beauty and distinction. Striking architectural features in a truly hard to find Historic Treasure.
Potential to Purchase TURN KEY with Majority of Furnishings! Lifetime collection of Antiques, Portraits, Prints, Rugs, Lamps, Accents etc. EXCEPTIONAL Opportunity @ $1,150,000 OR Real Estate ONLY at AMAZING PRICE of $975,000
Randolf Mansion c.1795
Standing tall and proud since the time when George Washington was President, the c. 1795 Maria Randolph Mansion is an absolutely stunning Southern historic gem of Grace and Elegance. Newly renovated to accent the home's exquisite HISTORIC features and to enhance a comfortable, easy-living lifestyle! An EXCEPTIONAL opportunity awaits!
Open to Creative Financing/Lease Purchase and More!
REDUCED to $695,000!
1920's Southern Spanish Revival
Ornate gates swing open as one is greeted by the gentle curve of arches spanning the graciously wide front Veranda! Many have enjoyed lingering here for a near century as Owners, Guest, Family & Friends have meandered through this exquisite 1920's Spanish Revival home.
PRICED to Sell at $325,000!
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Beauty Renovator's Dream!
This classic four-over-four gracing Historic Washington’s main thoroughfare features wide center halls on both levels and an expansive kitchen wing, providing approximately 3660 square feet of living space.
Priced to Sell at $197,900!
"Corner House" Victorian
This beautiful old home has graced the corner of Water & Jefferson Street since it was built in 1898 by Meriwether Hill for his father and later passed on to many Hill descendants who operated for some 50 years or more , a distinguished boarding house with an interesting reputation for good food and a Home-Away-From-Home for many strangers!
A Deal @ $147,700!!!
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!
Cozy Cottage Charm
Conveniently located along one of Washington, Georgia's beautiful historic streets, within walking distance of the Historic Town Square, Shops, Restaurants, Grocery Store, Oldest Public Library in the State and house Museums, this c. 1910 cozy southern cottage makes for excellent second home or full time HOME SWEET HOME packed with an abundance of Cottage Charm!
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 .
Located within walking distance of the Historic Town Square, Shops, Restaurants, Museums & the oldest public Library in the state, KNOLLWOOD COTTAGE c. 1826 stands atop a small knoll in an area once referred to as "Grandview" named so attesting to one of the Best Places in the world to view the 1900 Solar Eclipse.
REDUCED to $399,000!
Spring Street Greek Revival
"Gracemont Manor" a 4.83 Acre In-town Estate
Distinctly SOUTHERN this approximately 5000 Square Feet c. 1836 Greek Revival stands proud, columns glistening as the sunlight streams through the branches of ageless oaks.... It is quietly nestled amid elegant gardens and grounds.
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY AWAITS!
Reduced to 995,000!
Seller's Motivated...Offers Considered!
The TIME TO BUY is NOW!
True Southern Charmer - The Boyd Cottage
With its soaring just under 14 feet ceilings, beckoning wide front porch , glistening wood floors and a most beautiful intricate detailed piece of woodwork spanning its center hall... one is almost sure to fall immediately in love with this TRUE SOUTHERN Victorian CHARMER!
Southern Antebellum Estate -"Pembroke"
54 +/- In Town Acres
Magnificent Greek Revival c.1818 tucked peacefully among gorgeous Southern grounds of massive magnolias, towering oaks, mature pecan groves and varieties of ageless historic flowering shrubs, hedges and plantings.
REDUCED to $1,375,000!
Highly Motivated! Much of the Antique furnishings may also be purchased!
"Greek Revival" Classic
Standing majestically and proud along Historic Washington's grand avenue, the Wilheit-Brown-Wagner home takes it's place once again as one of the "finest homes" and as one of the "showplaces of Washington and Northeast Georgia"
A NEW Price for a NEW YEAR!
Possible OWNER FINANCING!
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.
Nestled amid 1.93 acres of long established gardens with period plantings, rose gardens, magnolias and towering trees, this home is within walking distance of historic Washington, Georgia's quaint Southern Town Square, Shops, Restaurants, Museums, Little Theater, Churches & More.
NOW REDUCED to $899,000!
Cottage Charm & STYLE!
The Smith-Stratton Cottage
It is stunning from its exquisite chandeliers & wall sconces, Eight Foot tall doors, heated marble floors and large ceiling Medallions with gold leaf trim to its Tongue and groove Vaulted Ceilings. No doubt...It is GRAND in STYLE & ELEGANCE!
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