Colonial Style, Georgia
Located at the end of a very short street.
House built in 1850's and known as "Smith House". Family member was very active in Daughters of Confederacy. Since been used as single family dwelling and updated in 1970's. Five-Six bedrooms upstairs, two bedrooms and two full bathrooms downstairs. Very large living/multi-functional room near entry.
Large Multi-Use Room, Custom Drapes
Large room near entry has many options.
Kitchen has lots of wood cabinets. Kitchen was part of the "rear addition" to the hosue in 1970's. Refrigerator, stove, dishwasher.
Upstairs stairway entry
Decorative and safe entry and exit of stairs formthe upstairs.
Rear view shows the addition of kitchen and dining area for some of the more "modern" conveniences.
Grape Arbor and Swing
Enjoy the outdoors of camellias, sugar pear and other ornamentals from the swing located within a southern muscadine grape arbor.
Ceramic Tile Bath joins room used as Master BR
Archived in November, 2012
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