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1883 Victorian

Foster - Thomason - Miller home

a.	Foster-Thomason-Miller Home c.1883
a. Foster-Thomason-Miller Home c.1883
The magic of this home is the interior detail, which provide an excellent example of the American Aesthetic Movement
A home of national significance. The 1883 Madisonian called it “the most elegant country home in middle Georgia”.
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frescoed ceilings
frescoed ceilings
The frescoed ceilings are still visible, although smoke and heat damage affect most rooms
sitting room
sitting room
Many rooms are untouched by fire. The home has remained vacant since the 2001 fire, and the owner has now decided to search for a new custodian of this historically important home.
rare grotto paper
rare grotto paper
This alcove features rare gold-washed grotto paper - perfects the largest example remaining in the United States

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The 1883 Madisonian called it “the most elegant country home in middle Georgia”. Significantly fire-damaged in 2001, the home offers potential for extensive restoration.

An excellent example of the American Aesthetic Movement, the home’s stunning interior features include elaborate period frescos, extensive carving, and decorative finishes, including an alcove finished in rare gold-washed grotto paper. 10’ high solid walnut pocket doors, 8 working fireplaces, massive built-ins – too many details to name.

The Foster-Thomason-Miller home sits on 1.72 acres, with an additional 9.5 acres available.

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