Elegant Southern Antebellum Estate
c.1818 Greek Revival Home / 54 +/- Acres
217 West Robert Toombs Avenue

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 lovingly left by those who strolled, loved and lived graciously on this grand Southern Estate.

Now encompassing some 54+/- acres within the town limits of Historic Washington, Georgia, the property is a unique “One of a Kind” treasure predominantly wooded with mature hardwoods and scattered open areas, gentle rolling topography along creeks, ridges and bottoms.

To the east of the home a seemingly endless and amazing wisteria covered pergola of columns leads to formal gardens adorned with life size marble statues, domed marble gazebo, box woods and privacy walls formed of cypress. The garden table is nestled in a cozy shaded nook offers quiet and solitude.

“Wisteria Hall” Historic Home
225 East Robert Toombs Avenue
c. 1825
Owners ready to deal…asking price reduced to $775,000!
Excellent B & B and/or other business endeavors!

So deservingly named for the abundant twisting and turned Wisteria vines climbing with their lilac clusters; reaching heights and once draping gracefully from tree branches that reached toward this grand ol’Southern home. Now the trailing lilac remains lace itself among the lush landscaping and iron gates filling the grounds with its sweet Wisteria smell.

This gracious two-story home stands proudly on its large acre plus corner lot with original iron gates and fencing adorning the edges of its front side walks while beautiful columns adorn the entry. They are flanked by open porches and enclosed architecturally pleasing sun porches on both sides. There are formal Lady and Gentleman’s parlors with marble mantled fireplaces as one enters the home with its immediate ascending staircase, tall ceilings and wood floors.
Just behind the parlors is the main entertaining ballroom, The Grande Hall spanning the entire width of the house, boasting two beautiful fireplaces with high mantles in the style of the Virginians that settled here. Eleven firelaces grace this wonderful Historic home! Once used as a Bed & Breakfast, Wisteria Hall with its spacious large rooms and flowing floor plan Has also been the scene of many a gala affair including romantic weddings, festive parties, family gatherings as well as business affairs.

There are Inn Keeper Living Quarters on the main level with five (5) bedrooms on the second floor. The home has 7 full baths and 2 powder rooms on main level to handle any function or event. Charming rear staircase slips into the rear casual sitting and breakfast room with its bank of windows for superb views of the back yard filled with magnolias and other period plantings.

A Carraige House garage is also on the property with three(3) bays. Accompanying this Magnificent home are many wonderful stories and historic legacies. Plan a visit! A True Southern Treasure. Totally renovated! Call for pricing.

Owners ready to deal…asking price reduced to $775,000!
Excellent B & B and/or other business endeavors!


8.24 Acre Estate
197 N. Hulin Avenue
County Tignall, Georgia
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White board fencing follows the gentle rolling contour of the land, quaint historic homes dot the countryside in this wonderful community approximately 10 miles outside of Historic Washington, Georgia known fondly as the “Danburg” community.

This amazing Homestead property includes a c. 1898 Main home of approximately 3600 SF, c. 1700 Guest House and huge Metal Barn/Workshop (55 x 48) built in 2007 as well as other older smaller barns and a very ornamental gazebo.

The Main Home boast 3 – 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, Formal Parlor, formal dining room, den/office, large country kitchen with adjoining breakfast room area AND 42 x 12 indoor gunite pool(built 1980) ….There are mantled fireplaces in most all rooms, gorgeous chandeliers, wood floors, tall ceilings, gracious staircase, nice kitchen cabinets, wonderful front porch & much, much more….The c. 1700 Guest Cottage has more of a rustic style with wood walls and consisting of 4 rooms plus one bath. There are two usable masonry fireplaces ~ one in the living room area and one in dining/kitchen area. Cozy and welcoming with front porch and loft area for expansion should one desire.

The huge 55 x 48 built in 2007 BARN/WORKSHOP/Showroom was last used by Antique Car Collector to house and show his personal collection of Vintage Cars. Numerous large automatic roll up doors. Power & Water. Full Second floor!!!

The property is beautiful Georgia gentle rolling open land surrounded by other land tracts and distant neighborly neighbors on similar tracts. Fruit trees, towering oaks and other plantings… One of the largest fig trees you will see and my how sweet the figs!

This unique and One-of-a-Kind property is offered for $265,000!
AWESOME possibilities and potential await the right buyer!!
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The Wilheit-Brown-Wagner Home c.1915

Elegant “Greek Revival” Classic

224 East Robert Toombs Avenue
HISTORIC Washington, Georgia
REDUCED to $775,000!


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” as so described by many when it was originally built in 1915 by once Mayor of Washington, Kimball Aubrey Wilheit who employed the services of James Benjamin Chafin as architect. Interestingly, the house cost $50,000 to build in that day…

Today, absolutely no expense has been spared in this most recent TOTAL RENOVATION of this wonderful ALL BRICK home from the foundation to the tip top of its’ new roof!

This grand treasure has new wiring, new electrical, new plumbing, new heating & air, new kitchen, new EVERY thing—this is a TRUE COMPLETE Renovation of highest QUALITY. Graced with soaring fluted columns & a second story balcony , the wide Southern porch offers the perfect place for relaxation in high backed rockers or in the tailored “just for this porch”over sized swing as you greet and visit with neighbors and friends in this quaint Southern town….

It is complete with Historic Town Square, Museums, Shops & restaurants all within walking distance of the home. Original architectural features such as lovely fanlights above entry doors and above the large front windows, wide sidelights, high coffer ceilings and the many other details enhance the beauty of this gracious home! The welcoming grand center staircase in the entry hall rising to a landing then splitting to ascend to the second floor from each side is another one of its very special, very beautiful features!

Gorgeous glistening maple floors, stunning crystal chandeliers , lovely sconces and beautiful mantled fireplaces add warmth and an inviting glow to the home as large over sized windows (totally reworked) bathe the home in natural light…

Upon entering the home, there are spacious parlors to the left and the right off the central hall, a beautiful library with built-in shelving , formal dining room , bedroom/sitting room, sun room, full bath and spectacular kitchen! The dream kitchen has mud room, large pantry, lots & lots of granite counter space, beautiful custom cabinets, fabulous center gas range & other top of the line appliances, stained glass light fixtures, plus a charming & cozy breakfast area in front of the original fireplace.
Upstairs this grand southern home boast four (4) bright & spacious bedrooms with 3 full baths. Accessed from the common area of the center hall, each bedroom suite is unique and custom designed from the large tiled showers to footed tubs & beautiful vanities, they are sure to please and inviting to you and your guest! Outside, one is just as impressed as the home sits on just under an acre lot (.87) within the City with the majority of the land lying to the rear of the home and can be enjoyed from the back deck.

The grounds run deep and offer much privacy with large mature hardwoods. The current owners have diligently and tirelessly worked to bring this Historic jewel back to the former glory it once enjoyed while adding top of the line modern day amenities adapting the home for today’s lifestyle of comfortable, enjoyable living; maintaining its historic integrity and olde time grandeur.

At dusk, as the sun slowly sets, the home takes on a seemingly magical beauty of grandness that one has to almost experience first hand to fully understand…. Perhaps its the reflective light dancing off the multi-paned windows & crystal chandeliers or could it possibly be the imprints of the happy spirits of those that graced this magnificent home with their presence, in the past, entertaining & dwelling in the company of beloved family & friends…. One can only speculate, however, the light hearted enchantment that immediately fills the atmosphere is undeniable 🙂

An Exceptional Opportunity awaits !
A true “One of a kind” masterpiece….a MUST SEE!
Call or email today for more details and private showing.
More than just a place…it’s a LIFESTYLE!

REDUCED to $775,000!

Historic Washington, Georgia (Washington is an easy drive to other larger cities & towns – approximately 40 miles east of Athens, Georgia/University of Georgia approximately 50 miles west of Augusta, Georgia /Masters Golf Tournament, 100 miles East of Atlanta, Georgia… as well as smaller towns such as Greensboro, Lexington, Elberton, and close proximity to many of Georgia’s main lakes and State parks… Come Discover Washington, Georgia! )

The Leitner-Norris Home on Alexander

201 South Alexander Avenue
Historic Washington, Georgia
$385,000! / Open to OFFERS!

For two centuries, many a distinguished Southern lady & gent have lived within the grandeur of the Leitner-Norris Home, strolling the beautifully landscaped grounds, entertaining within its walls, and leaving a lasting impression of Southern Hospitality on this fabulous Federal-style Historic home.

It commands its place on a spacious yet private & inviting 1.21 acre corner lot in the town’s Historic District with close proximity to Museums, the quaint Town Square, Shops, Restaurants, the State’s oldest Public Library, and wonderful streets lined with beautiful historic homes ranging from columned mansions to charming cottages.

This grand and spacious home grew from humble beginnings. In 1814 the initial portion of the home (two rooms and a hall along with numerous outbuildings) was built by John C. Leitner with his wife Catharine. Leitner also owned several pieces of property on the Public Square and it has been said Leitner was perhaps the first real estate agent in Washington.

Over the years, many well-known Washingtonians have graced the halls of the L eitner-Norris Home giving it a storied local past. Archibald Simpson Wingfield, a planter who used this home as his town residence, added the second story to the home in 1837, “the year cotton prices hit a record high.” It is also believed that Wingfield attached the rooms now used as the kitchen and the den during his ownership. In 1863, David G. Cotting, who served in the Confederacy & later became Georgia’s Secretary of State under Rufus Bullock was the home’s next owner followed by Green P. Cozard. Considered quite the wealthy character, Cozard is rumored to have funded the first professional baseball team in the late 1870’s.
The home was purchased in 1881 by Enoch G. Binns whose grandson was reared in the home and became a prominent Baptist clergyman, author, educator and president of William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo. Frank E. Callaway purchased the property in 1918. At the time there remained much more acreage and Mr. Callaway was said to have had milk cows in a barn on the northeast portion of the property, which is presently part of the Episcopalian Church. Callaway was Wilkes County’s Clerk of Court from 1911 to 1933. In 1949 the home was purchased by Major General Lloyd Davidson Brown and his wife Katherine. Katherine Brown was an extraordinary gardner and it is said that every prominent garden in Washington had at least “a little something” in it from Katherine’s garden.

The home passed through generations of the Brown family until 1993 when it was purchased by the late J. Carlton Norris whose legacy lives on and who also was so much a part of the preservation of one of Georgia’s finest Historic properties.

As it stands today, the home has evolved into a pristine Federal style two -story home of approximately 3,500+ square feet boasting many architectural features, including wainscoting, glistening heart-of-pine floors, lovely chandeliers, high mantles on 8 fireplaces (most fireplaces are wood burning with the Master Bedroom and Downstairs Bedroom being gas logs), and a beautiful spindled staircase with Newell posts. Large windows, many of which are floor-to-ceiling, bring in natural light throughout the home.
Off of the center hall are a formal parlor, formal dining room, large eat-in kitchen with fireplace, paneled den, gorgeous library with built-in shelves, downstairs bedroom suite, upstairs bedroom suite, additional bedroom and bath upstairs, a sun room, spacious laundry and lots of storage.

There are a total of 4.5 bathrooms in the house. The home is surrounded by gorgeous landscaped grounds, including a beautifully designed inground 40 x 20 Gunite pool with granite borders and mill stone fountain along with a spacious Garden “Tea House” (Gazebo) wonderful for entertaining or personal outdoor enjoyment.

There is also an underground irrigation system in place and a charming picket fence encompassing the rear grounds. Outbuildings include a detached garage, miscellaneous storage buildings, and the so very charming Garden “Tea House”.

This is truly a MUST SEE for any Historic Home buyer!
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$385,000! / Open to OFFERS!

“Pleasant Shade”
The Dugas-Haynes Home c.1790
309 East Robert Toombs Avenue
HISTORIC Washington, Georgia







In a home on this site, built in the early 1790’s, was born in 1806 the famous physician, Louis Alexander Dugas, whose history and attainments are recorded on a historical tablet on the premises by the Georgia Historical Commission.

Standing majestically as if gazing down the old lane towards Town, solemnly reminiscing the ever changing landscape…. this Greek Revival mansion has stood watch and presides gracefully still, as the town folks come and go, time passing with every sunrise and sunset… watching as other beautiful homes have sprung to existence near by , yet “Pleasant Shade”, so named after one of the previous owners ancestral homes in Virginia, holds firm to its own unchanged, pristine world within the private confines of its 1.39 acre grounds of mature plantings, magnolias, oaks and broad landscaping possibilities.

Massive fluted columns (the largest in Historic Washington, Georgia) grace the front and are constructed from enduring virgin bald cypress from the Augusta cypress swamps built to last forever, as is the remaining exterior of the home, also of the same enduring cypress! Carefully renovated, approved principles of historic restoration, including appropriate paint colors and surfaces have been maintained. Federal elements of the original 1798 structure were left intact when the 1840-1860 renovation was accomplished.

Upon entering this grand old home, one is truly transported “back in time” with wonderful architectural features, huge pane windows, soaring ceilings and a simple, lovely ascending staircase. There are center halls on both levels and mantled fireplaces in most every room. A spacious grand ballroom spans the rear of the home. Boasting approximately 5,244 Square Feet there are 15 rooms not including the wide center halls up and down.

Many prominent and interesting people have called this place home: the Wingfields’ (James who is believed to have begun the house came from Virginia in the early 1780s with his brothers John and Thomas), Charles Bolton (a wealthy merchant who purchased the home sometime in the early 1800’s and added the upper story) In a newspaper column it was stated that the Bolton sons were great sportsmen “and one never seemed to pass the place without seeing horses, grooms and stylish vehicles” The side door under the small portico was called “the riding door” , Rev. James B. Dunwoody added the columns in 1860 (a Presbyterian minister who performed the wedding ceremony for Miss Bullock and Mr. Roosevelt, the parents of President Theodore Roosevelt, it was home to the Abram Franklin family in the latter 1880’s and at the turn of the century home of the Fielding Hill Ficklen family. John Callaway in the early 1900’s and others along the way….

The current owner has lovingly called ” Pleasant Shade” home for some thirty (30) years along with her collection of outstanding antiques. A lifelong collection of discerning nineteenth century furnishings will be separately available to the next owner should they be interested. Pleasant Shade is nestled along one of the towns main historic Avenues within walking distance of the Historic Town Square, Shops, Museums, Restaurants, Cafes and the oldest public library in the state. Historic Washington, Georgia is steeped in HISTORY and CHARM located an easy drive to Athens, Georgia (40 miles west) and Augusta, Georgia (50 miles east)….

COME VISIT….STAY for a lifetime! More than just a place, its a LIFESTYLE…

Awesome and Amazing “Pleasant Shade” is being offered for the FIRST TIME in 30 years for only $547,700!

An Exceptional Opportunity Awaits…Call or email for private showing!!
You WILL NOT be disappointed!
Deborah Rainey, Broker 706-318-5263



The Campbell-Jordan House
Stunning Greek Revival
c.1787 / c.1807
208 East Liberty Street HISTORIC Washington, Georgia
National Register of Historic Places

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. They marvel that it sits so forthrightly and imperiously on the street, not realizing that in early days there was no Liberty Street and the house had a wide lane in front leading to Main Street (then the Augusta Road and now Robert Toombs Avenue.

Architects and visitors also marvel that two houses could so successfully be put side by side to form one great town house. The two striking red front doors with their arched settings, the fanlights and the broad, dentiled entablature catch the eye. The two federal houses were joined with a wide hall and unified by the addition of the Doric peristyle colonnade and the wrap around piazza.

This magnificent Federal architecture-style home was built in 1787 and underwent a Greek Revival architecture-style makeover in 1841 which included the addition of the columns by Aaron A. Cleveland , that gracefully wrap around the home. The stately home is encircled by a balustrade Doric portico and balcony . The original cottage was built by William Stith , one of the first judges in Georgia.

When the Honorable Duncan Campbell came to Washington in 1807 to teach in the Young Ladies’ Academy he bought the existing cottage and began its enlargement. It was here, in the eastern section of the home, that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Archibald Campbell was born in 1811. Andrew Green Semmes, of the distinguished Baltimore family, bought the house in 1817 and it was most likely his son, Judge Albert Gallatin Semmes, who saw to the design of the western part of the edifice.

The home was the residence of U.S. Supreme Court Justice and C.S.A. Assistant Secretary of War John Archibald Campbell . The interior of the home shares the same stunning beauty, grace and distinction as the exterior with all the qualities that evoke an ambience of the genteel South and a by-gone era. Richly carved mantels, plastered walls, shimmering chandeliers, towering ceilings, glistening wood floors, graceful archways and an elegantly rising staircase are but a few of the incredible features of the interior.

The lower level of the home is not only stunning, but warm and cozy with a combination of exposed wood beams, rock and brick floors. There one finds a most inviting and wonderfully designed kitchen and den combination with fireplaces, the kitchen fireplace adorned with the sparkle of copper cookware. There is also a separate housekeeper/caretakers apartment on the lower level with separate outside entry.

The main level of the home boast a wide center hall flanked on each side by formal parlors, library, formal dining and a bright sunlit serving, sitting area that spans the entire width of the home on both the second and third level. (It is a most welcoming entry foyer on the lower level with white washed massive exposed beams). The expansive bank of windows and doors that can be opened to warm Georgia breezes and the smells of magnolias, tea olives & camellias offer a pleasing interchange between indoors and outdoors as one overlooks beautifully landscaped grounds with walkways, ornate statues and gurgling fountains.

The top level of the home also has two spacious master bedroom suites with elegant spacious baths (one with fireplace!) Both Master suites open to the amazing third level sun room sitting areas. There is also a wonderful third bedroom and bath on that level. An early intriguing staircase leads to the attic! An ELEVATOR services all levels of the home. The home is approximately 6,800 square feet and is situated in a very private setting on a 1.06 lushly landscaped lot.

There is a lovely carriage house (barn) and other dependencies on the property. It is within walking distance of the Historic Town Square, Shops, Restaurants, Museums and the oldest public library in Georgia. Elegance and comfort dwell harmoniously here… Striking architectural features in a truly hard to find Historic Treasure.

ASKING $1,800,000
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Neo-Classic Court Street Home
Cozart-Phillips Home
c.1825 / c. 1892

The late Nineteenth Century alterations to the c.1825 four-square “Cozart “home, so named for the family that resided here for some 120 years, included Neo-Clasical and Eastlake Style interior and exterior architectural embellishments.

Presently the house can be described as a renovated rambling two-story weather-boarded house with a first story wrap around veranda and expansive rear decks overlooking gardens of hydrangeas, camellias and roses. Turned porch balusters, 12 Tuscan porch columns, and a Palladian motif window with flashed glass are some of the late Victorian embellishments which were added to the house c. 1892 according to a Cozart family descendant.

The home is exquisite with gorgeous woodwork, intricate Eastlake style staircase, stunning entry with shimmering European style chandeliers, sets of beautiful five panel pocket doors, glistening wood floors throughout and lovely mantles adorning fireplaces in most every room. The home boast approximately 6,225 Square feet situated on over half acre lot with privacy fence surrounding rear grounds and iron gated front entry. Can be wonderful residence or has excellent commercial/business possibilities!

First level consist of entry center hall, formal parlor, formal dining, kitchen with great room -den combination, formal music room, library, sun-room, bedroom and bath. Upstairs are up to 5 bedrooms and 3 spacious full baths. Wide center hall with wood ceilings runs the full length of the second level.

The European influenced Kitchen with its great room/den has fireplace, reading niche, stained glass windows, island and cabinets with granite counter tops, ornate built in china hutches and custom cabinetry. Double French doors lead to large deck overlooking fountains and gardens.

Home has all city utilities (water, sewer, electric) and zoned heating and air so one may use as much or as little of the house as desired at any given time. Truly an Amazing & Awesome home!

Southern Antebellum Style Cottage
401 South Alexander Avenue
HISTORIC Washington, Georgia

Reminiscent of the antebellum style raised Greek Revival Cottages this home was totally renovated/remodeled between 2006 and 2008 and retains the original foot print from its early 1900’s origin when it was part of the property to its North known as the “Old Manse”. The property has yielded a treasure of artifacts ranging from horseshoes, an 1827 coin, 19th century pennies, an 18th century militia buckle, pre Civil War lead bullets, nails, wagon parts, shoe buckles, Civil War mini balls and melted lead from bullet making over camp fires….

The current home as it stands today, located in the heart of the historic district, is within walking distance of the Historic town Square, museums, restaurants, shops and the oldest public library in the State. It is filled with character and charm…high ceilings….hardwood floors…. mantled fireplaces…french doors…new & old glass…and much, much more! A wide wonderful porch spans the front of the home for rocking and swinging or simply enjoying the historic views , conversing with neighbors and sipping southern sweet tea….

The main home with approximately 2600 square feet has a lovely arched breezeway providing even more gathering space and leading to the 924 SF garage. There is also a 760 SF storage/workshop with bath and water, which can be easily transformed once again to guest quarters or in-law/teenager suites should one desire. (Independently metered )

The lovely home consist of 3 spacious bedrooms with 3 and a half baths, beautiful parlor with gas log fireplace, formal dining room , laundry and awesome 1920’s era kitchen with some original glass front china cabinets , tin ceiling, custom cabinetry, five burner gas cook top, double ovens & wonderful pantry!

The home has been re-wired, re-plumbed, totally renovated/remodeled, new kitchen with top of the line appliances, new baths and added insulation to make this a comfortable, efficient home for today’s lifestyle while basking in the ambience and history of times past. Superb location with private rear .48 acre beautiful lot….

Nice and shady, ample room for gardens and grounds to stroll…
Truly a MUST SEE!
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Asking $427,000

The Four-Story, All-Brick, Commercial
former Palmetto Bank Building)
(circa 1903)
Laurens, SC
over 20,000 square feet!

The four-story, all-brick, former Palmetto Bank Building (circa 1903) located in Laurens, SC with over 20,000 square feet represents a most interesting investment and/or purchase opportunity for those who want to live or work within a truly historic structure. Currently being re-designed into an combination of two floors of commercial space and two floors of residential space, individual commercial and residential units can be purchased that range from 1100 sq.ft to over 2000 sq.ft, and each space comes with a designated parking space per unit.

Located directly across from the historic Laurens County Courthouse, the Palmetto Bank Building is the premier historic building in the county, and its status as a contributing building to the Laurens Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places qualifies the renovation of this magnificent structure (with such features as marble walls, elaborate decorative moldings, hardwood floors, dozens of massive windows, and 14-ft ceilings) for various investment tax credits that can be passed along to purchasers of individual units.

Founded in 1790, Laurens, SC has retained the charm of a beautiful Southern town, while being the county seat of an economically diverse county of 70,000 with a 135-year old 4-year private college, a Walmart Distribution Center, an automotive supply industry that employs thousands, a state park, a modern hospital, and a large portion of an 11,000 recreational lake with over 200 miles of shoreline. Laurens is extremely well positioned by being only three miles from an interstate, 30 miles to Greenville, SC, 70 miles to the state capital of Columbia, 100 miles to the mountains of Asheville, NC, 100 miles to Charlotte, NC, and less than 200 miles to both Atlanta, GA to the west and Charleston, SC and beaches of the Atlantic to the east.

This unique property offers an ideal opportunity for those who are looking for one or more units of income-producing property (with property management available), and it also represents the perfect location for someone who wants to live and work in the same building, or acquire the perfect second home, or permanently retire and enjoy the charm of living in a restored 113-year old building in a storybook Southern town with friendly people and a low cost of living. But you better hurry, as two commercial spaces and one residential unit have already been reserved in the first 30 days !!

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c.1840 Plantation Home with 213 Acres
Bolton-Green Plantation
350 Mallorysville Road
Historic Washington, Georgia
Wilkes County (Tignall area)


Standing stately atop its small knoll overlooking gentle rolling Georgia countryside in all directions, the Bolton-Green c. 1840 Plantation Home commands great respect as she has since pre-civil war days and before Tignall existed; the Bolton plantation and family proving very instrumental in the development of the new Tignall village.

The home is a renovation in progress offering the new owner a blank canvass to continue a masterpiece. (Much of the costly renovation has been completed – HVAC, wiring, exterior painting, insulation, etc.) It is the classic two over two plantation house with shed rear. Chimneys adorn each end as it adjoins a past “detached” kitchen wing with center fireplace.

There are Wood floors, Original mantles, paneled doors and staircase with wonderful hand made banister and rails ascending to the small landing. The front door has sidelights and transom with original wood double doors leading to the second story balcony. The Bolton-Green Plantation home is a pre-civil war jewel of less than 3000 square feet steeped in history & charm nestled amid ageless cedars, white oaks, pecan and a variety of other old time plantings and sweet smelling flowering shrubs.
The 213 acres is but a remnant of the once thousands of acres that comprised this plantation that echoes the old south so well…. The pasture lands are fenced and cross fenced …hay fields seem to extend as far as the eye can see as natural woodlands take up where they end following ridge lines and valleys as creeks meander along.

Over half of the property consist of natural woodlands, hardwood draws, streams and lake sites. Abundant wildlife!! It is located in an area of and surrounded by other large farm family holdings. There is long dual road frontage; paved and dirt. Outbuildings consist of new equipment pole barn with enclosed storage area and an intriguing early pegged barn of massive hand hewn lumber in need of rescue. A place of beauty , truly a historic treasure and what a RARE FIND with the acreage intact.

CALL or EMAIL today for more details and private showing!
You will not be disappointed from the magic of the plantation home to the stunning natural beauty of the LAND!!
Make your MOVE …the SOUTH is calling!

Craftsman Turn-of-Century
Brick Two-Story

311 East Robert Toombs Avenue
HISTORIC Washington, Georgia

Wonderful architectural features adorn this all brick turn of the century (c. 1908) two-story Craftsman style home situated on a beautifully landscaped half acre spacious private corner lot in Historic Washington, Georgia. It is within walking distance of the quaint Town Square, Restaurants, Shops, Library & Museums (One of the town’s 3 house museums, the Washington Wilkes Historic Museum just across the Street).

The home is move-in ready and consist of living room, formal dining with fireplace, breakfast room, kitchen, half bath and wonderful large sun room/den living area on the main level. Lots of built-ins add to the charm and interest as do angled ceilings, and the homes unique crooks and crannies. There is also a small cellar, currently used by Owner for making pottery

Upstairs are the potential of 3 Bedrooms and 1 bath, one bedroom being used as Owners art studio which in its original construction being a lovely sleeping porch surrounded by windows letting in natural light and cool summer & fall breezes….

The staircase has landing with oversized window making the stairwell bright and warm. The home is approximately 2600 SF . Outside there is a tw0-car garage and lovely very private fenced back yard with coy pond, flower gardens and array of large trees including pecan, dogwoods and more. Electric iron gates open to the parking area, garage and grounds from street. Parking area also along side street for guest.

Very inviting, COMFORTABLE home for Small Town Living …
Amazing price of ONLY $199,000

Picturesque and Charming this solid Granite cottage built in 1939 exemplifies many features of the American “Tudor” Revival with its asymmetrical roof lines, arches over the windows with diamond shaped panes along with the arched board-and-batten front door and even the stone wall in the front yard just to name a few!

The Graceful Living room with focus on absolutely beautiful wooden Mantle comes adorned with Crown and picture rail moldings, wide baseboards, gorgeous Wood floors while flanked by French doors one leading to delightful screened porch and other entry into dining room with Lovely Chrystal Chandelier and also with wood floors and moldings of the like! Enjoy the cottage kitchen that features white cabinetry, Corner Cabinet & Hutch and island cook-top while overlooking the (added at a later date) large Den/family room.

Three spacious Bedrooms and 2 full baths are found off the hallway also with wood floors and moldings and of course the original phone shelf found in this era. Another doorway will lead up to the large finished attic with extra bedroom and full bath and plenty of storage space.

All in all this home comes with approximately 2765 square feet! This wonderful old cottage with architecturally pleasing carport as well as 2 car garage sits on a corner lot of approximately .69 acre and is beckoning for its new owners to come and delight themselves in its Charm!

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Priced at $189,000

“Cedarvale” c. 1858
1800’s PLANTATION Home on lands from original
LAND GRANT from King George III
4 Acres with Historic Home up to 600+ acres AVAILABLE !
150 acres around HOME —Excellent combination pastures, ponds, hayfields, hardwoods & pine timber!
Appling (Augusta), Georgia Columbia County

Stately, yet simple in elegance , this 1800’s Four-over-four Plantation home , so named“Cedarvale” by Thomas Hunt Dozier, changing the plantation name from “Vinemount” when he constructed this home structure in 1858, stands proud on the lands from the family’s originalKING GEORGE III LAND GRANT ! Thus for the FIRST TIME in family history is being OFFERED FOR SALE with your choice of gorgeous land from as small a 4 acre plot of the immediate grounds up to 650 Acres adjoining of stunning Georgia gentle rolling countryside with pastures & ponds, hay fields & hardwoods along with managed pine timber this property offers the PERFECT Plantation combination!

Excellent location approximately 5 miles off I-20 in the Winfield Community which is nestled amid numerous other historic designated districts in the area. (Cobbham & others) Minutes from Augusta, Georgia & Thomson, Georgia! Convenient to AIRPORTS (Augusta & Atlanta, along with local airports).

The home is approximately 5,000 square feet and has wide center halls up and down stairs, a beautiful original staircase with landing, and an addition, within the last four years, of a wonderful huge sun room style wing that offers great living space as well as excellent for plants….Addition has windows with transoms on all sides. Fantastic views of your beautiful grounds and farmland. Separate central heating and cooling for this section. (Home has 3 units – Upstairs, Main downstairs level and the “sun room” style addition).


Major renovations include new electrical, new plumbing, insulation, central heating and air, new windows and much, much more. There are fireplaces in most every room with added charm of having the old brick exposed , tall wood ceilings throughout the house, gorgeous heart of pine floors, original doors, trim, stair railings—-all add to the ambiance of a by-gone era when this property operated as a working plantation that was said from its past under Thomas Hunt Dozier “During sixty years of successive crops (1816-1876) food was furnished for the entire plantation. Only one barrel of flour was bought and that for the purpose of making cake for hisdaughter, Elizabeth’s wedding.”

Additions for today’s convenient lifestyle also includes long paved drive, a two car garage attached by a breezeway to the kitchen area AND a large detached second garage and workshop (30 x 50 with roll up doors and 12 ft ceilings)

The old nostalgic Dairy Barn remains on the property providing storage and and home to many of the elements collected throughout the years of this plantation’s existence—- original farm bell, blacksmith tools, saddle bags and much, much more! An interesting and amazing structure with lots of potential and possibilities!

Home currently 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 baths including a spacious bath adjoining the Master bedroom with fireplace. Country kitchen spans the rear of the home and opens onto large deck as does the sun room addition for ultimate enjoyment of fabulous views and tranquil country living at its best!

Immediate grounds around the c. 1858 home has producing pecan trees, magnolias and other period plantings, flowering shrubs and such. Back yard is fenced.

Expansive lands adjoining, specficially the additional adjoining 150 acres has gorgeous rolling hay fields that follow the back ridge falling to bold creeks on each side that start from springs on this property. There are planted and manged pine timber, hardwoods and several ponds. Other additional adjoining sections of the property are fenced and cross fenced for grazing cattle and also includes bold CREEKS & Ponds…..hardwood bottom lands.

Contact us for specific pricing and information! Unique & awesome opportunity to keep in tact this large land holding dating back to original KING GEORGE III Land Grant! OR to purchase this 1858 Plantation Home with portions of the surrounding 650+ acres of LAND!

*New Prices*
Historic Home Starting at $585,000

Land priced at $3850/Acre!OWNER MOTIVATED to SELL ALL or PART!
Homesite or Land Only Options

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“Poplar Corner”
A True Historic Treasure in Historic Washington, Georgia


210 Liberty Street (2+Acre Estate)
Listed National Register of Historic Places

With much Grace and Southern Elegance….guarded by the long straight line of pickets that fence the front and side from the small town streets stands “Poplar Corner” so named for the large crooked-limbed poplar tree in front at the northwest corner of the lot…continuing to provide a spectacular show of golden fall colors year after year since the 1800’s.

This amazingly magnificent home has been well preserved , maintained and loved by the prominent families that have dwelled here throughout history. It exemplifies some of Washington’s finest architectural features with elaborate columns, ornate plaster moldings (interior and also across the exterior front facade), beautiful ascending curved staircase with carved newel post, painted cloth parlor ceiling not to mention the exquisite woodwork in the early 1785 Wilkes County old courthouse which was purchased by Alexander Pope in 1825 during his ownership of Poplar Corner and moved intact from the town Square attaching the two-story structure making it as it remains today the southwest quadrant of the home….if only walls could talk!

Exceptional potential and possibilities await!
REDUCED to $1,650,000!!

TOTALLY renovated within the past 5 years, the FITZPATRICK HOTEL is located on theDowntown Square of Historic Washington, Georgia; referred to by many as the “Crown Jewel” of the Square AND WINNER OF MANY HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARDS!

A place like none other, Historic Washington, Georgia is located approximately 40 miles east of Athens, Georgia (University of Georgia), 50 miles west of Augusta, Georgia (Masters Golf Tournament) and 100 miles East of Atlanta, Georgia. It is an area of many of the major lakes in Georgia including Lake Oconee, Clarks Hill Lake/Strom Thurmond, Lake Hartwell, Lake Russell and area of numerous quality GOLF COURSES (Lake Oconee , State Park Courses)

It is a unique historic town. Streets are lined with Majestic Antebellum columned homes, Glorious Victorians and Quaint cottages. It’s expansive agricultural countryside is dotted with beautiful rolling patures, fields , woodlands and waterways! Many plantations from a by-gone era still exist with their gracious Southern Homes.

Steeped in history… Just outside of Washington a decisive Revolutionary Battle was fought at Kettle Creek and it is here in Washington that the last Confederate Cabinet met thus dissolving the Confederacy. There are three house museums (Washington Wilkes Museum,http://historyofwilkes.org/sites-historicalmuseum.html, Robert Toombs House and Callaway Plantation http://historyofwilkes.org/sites-callaway.html ) along with the oldest public library in the state, the Mary Willis Library. Other items of interest – Washington-Wilkes airport, The Little Theater, Chamber of Commerce, Historic Society www.historyofwilkes.org

Washington, Georgia a place like none other

The FITZPATRICK HOTEL (INN) encompasses on the Main Street Level RETAIL SPACE(S), an exquisite Hotel Lobby and a fully equipped RESTAURANT & BAR. There are three stories with 17 rooms ranging from cozy quiet rooms with fireplaces to exquisite suites with original stained glass windows and views overlooking the Historic Town Square. Gorgeous original staircases, beautiful mantles, mill work and other architectural features Remain, ALL Renovated. On the second floor (also accessible by elevator) is a Grand Ball Room with lovely pressed tin ceilings, fireplaces on each end and a large balcony overlooking the cozy rear courtyard with gas lantern entry gate and very appealing for summer evening dining or drinks. The possibilities are endless. The Hotel is beautifully appointed with period antiques and furnishings.

IF you have ever dreamed or longed to own a Bed & Breakfast, INN or “Hospitality” is just in your blood… YOUR TIME HAS COME. ASKING PRICE… A CREATIVE IF NECESSARY – $2,200,000….SERIOUS INQUIRIES PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL DEBORAH RAINEY
www.TheFitzpatrickHotel.com (Please do not contact for SALES INFORMATION)

REDUCED to $1,650,000!!
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The Marcus-Hoge-Peddar Home
415 South Alexander Avenue
HISTORIC Washington, Georgia
Reduced NOW $439,000!!!

Graciously Southern, the Marcus – Hoge – Peddar Home located in the Historic District of charming Washington, Georgia is within walking distance of the Town Square, Museums, Shops, Restaurants and the state’s first public Library; All interesting and intriguing to history buffs as well as those who simply enjoy the beauty of the small town atmosphere, where one can stroll streets lined with beautiful homes of soaring columns and quaint cottages or relax on spacious porches and verandas consumed with familiar comforting garden aromas of camellias and magnolia blossoms.