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c. 1910 Victorian: Queen Anne

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Mc Rae, Georgia

The Parker House

The Parker House
The Parker House
This beautiful Victorian home has been renovated preserving the home’s rich history. This home is being offered totally furnished with antiques associated with the home.
This home is being offered totally furnished with antiques associated with the home. The Parker house was built in 1901 and was purchased by Victor and Orpha Parker. This home was one of two in Telfair that would accommodate a large family.
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The Honeymoon Suite
The Honeymoon Suite
The Norma Room is daintily and feminine. The bed is new, but all the other furnishings are antique. This room, with its romantic ambience, is referred to as the “Honeymoon Suite”.
Dining Room
Dining Room
The Dining Room ensemble, complete with a china cabinet, was handcrafted by Johnny Grace to compliment this grand room. These impressive pieces are destined to become heirlooms.
The Victor Room
The Victor Room
In the Victor Room, a masculine theme abounds with a subtle touch of oriental flair. The king size bed is actually two twin beds that are original to the house. The dresser and wardrobe are also original pieces. All bedrooms include a modern, in suite bathroom.
The Carolyn
The Carolyn
The Carolyn Room is warm and cozy with a rich green and berry décor. The bedroom ensemble was a Christmas gift to Katie from Aubrey several years ago.
The Corrine
The Corrine
Next is the Corrine Room. This room recalls, perhaps, a child with the antique crochet booties displayed in a show box above the bed.
The Orpha Room
The Orpha Room
Next is the Orpha Room. Here is where the matriarch of the Parker family would retire each evening. It contains Mrs. Parker’s original bedroom ensemble.
Kitchen
Kitchen
The white kitchen is cheerfully accented with glass fronted cabinets and ceramic tile counter tops. The gas stove belonged to Mrs. Manley and is reputed to have kept the family warm during an ice storm when the electricity failed.
Living Room
Living Room
The sofa and chairs in the parlor are also original pieces owned by the Parker family. Which have been refurbished to coordinate with the room’s décor and colors.
Foyer
Foyer
The lovely secretary in the hallway is another original Parker House piece. It was restored from its blackened state to expose the wonderful oak wood beneath. The mirror, sideboard, and armoire in the foyer were handcrafted by Johnny Grace of Lumber City, Georgia. Mr. Grace’s exceptional talent and craftsmanship is further displayed by most of the side tables throughout the home.
Bedrooms 6
Full Baths 7
Half Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 3,245
Lot Size 110x200

Features.

  • 1st Floor Bath
  • 1st Floor Bedroom
  • Bonus Room
  • Crawl Space
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Room
  • Living room
  • Utility Room
  • Master bedroom downstairs
  • Gazebo
  • Patio
  • Porch
  • Rear Deck
  • Restored exterior
  • Sprinkler System
  • Storm Windows
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Fireplaces
  • High Ceilings
  • Wood floors
  • Shingle Roof
  • Central air
  • City sewer
  • City water supply
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • 10-foot Ceilings
  • 12-foot Ceilings
  • Transoms
  • Wrap Around Porch
  • 6 Suites, 71/2 Baths*
  • Each Room has individual HVAC*
  • Original Gas Stove*

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The Parker House !!!

301 Huckabee Street
McRae, Georgia 31055

Welcome to The Parker House! This beautiful victorian home has been renovated preserving the home’s rich history. This home is being offered totally furnished with antiques associated with the home. The Parker house was built in 1901 and was purchased by Victor and Orpha Parker. This home was one of two in Telfair that would accommodate a large family. This is one of few homes continuously occupied by members of the same family for over seventy years. In 1997 that tradition ended when Aubry and Katie Stone purchase the home. The Stone’s were committed to preserving this impressive home’s rich history. The exterior has been has been restored to its original pristine condition, while the inside has been gently renovated into a comfortable inn.
Each room of the inn is dedicated to a member of the Parker family with its own distinctive style, A Victorian motif, reminiscent of a by-gone era flows throughout the home.
In the Victor Room, a masculine theme abounds with a subtle touch of oriental flair. The king size bed is actually two twin beds that are original to the house. The dresser and wardrobe are also original pieces. All bedrooms include a modern, in suite bathroom.
Next is the Corrine Room. This room recalls, perhaps, a child with the antique crochet booties displayed in a show box above the bed.
The Carolyn Room is warm and cozy with a rich green and berry décor. The bedroom ensemble was a Christmas gift to Katie from Aubrey several years ago.
The lovely secretary in the hallway is another original Parker House piece. It was restored from its blackened state to expose the wonderful oak wood beneath.
The mirror, sideboard, and armoire in the foyer were handcrafted by Johnny Grace of Lumber City, Georgia. Mr. Grace’s exceptional talent and craftsmanship is further displayed by most of the side tables throughout the home.
Across the foyer is the Corrine Room. It is dominated by beautiful black walnut furniture also made by Johnny Grace. The only description suitable for this room is STATELY!
Next is the Orpha Room. Here is where the matriarch of the Parker family would retire each evening. It contains Mrs. Parker’s original bedroom ensemble.
The Norma Room is daintily and feminine. The bed is new, but all the other furnishings are antique. This room, with its romantic ambience, is referred to as the “Honeymoon Suite”.
The sofa and chairs in the parlor are also original pieces owned by the Parker family. Which have been refurbished to coordinate with the room’s décor and color’s.
The Dining Room ensemble, complete with a china cabinet, was handcrafted by Johnny Grace to compliment this grand room. These impressive pieces are destined to become heirlooms.
The white kitchen is cheerfully accented with glass fronted cabinets and ceramic tile counter tops. The gas stove belonged to Mrs. Manley and is reputed to have kept the family warm during an ice storm when the electricity failed.
The Billie room serves as the office and is the only carpeted room in the house. Most of the hardwood floors throughout the home are original, but during remodeling some of the boards had to be replaced. The replaced heart of pine came from a 100 year old house that was being demolished.
This beautiful home has 6 bedroom and 7 ½ Baths. Whether you want a large home for a large family or want a business opportunity to run your own Inn, this is a great property! McRae is less than 2 miles to the Wallace Adams Golf Course, Telfair/Wheeler Airport and located in central Georgia. Less than 2 hours to Savannah and 3 hours to Atlanta and located in 30 miles of Ocmulgee, Altamah and Oconee Rivers. McRae is known as the Crossroads, 5 major roads cross through the town.


Great Business Opportunity!


If you have a large family or looking for a business opportunity this is the home for you! It is operating as a Bed and Breakfast could be an assisted living home as well.

Archived in November, 2012

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