1850 Greek Revival – Williamson, GA (Fried Green Tomatoes)

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Added to OHD on 6/28/10   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
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1703 Wood Creek Rd, Williamson, GA 30292

  • $2,500,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3384 Sq Ft
  • 106 Ac.
Historic home south of Atlanta on 100+ gorgeous acres. This house was featured in the '91 movie "Fried Green Tomatoes". Built in 1850, completely restored, heart of pine floors, high ceilings, 8 working fireplaces, den, formal dining room. Fenced and x-fenced pasture. Huge outbuilding. Many possibilities await the new owner!
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This house was featured in 'Fried Green Tomatoes' as Frank's house (Ruth's abusive husband.)

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12 Comments on 1850 Greek Revival – Williamson, GA (Fried Green Tomatoes)

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  1. AshleyM says: 2 comments

    I have always wondered if that was in fact a real house. I am glad to see it was…and I love how they went with a yellow instead of white like most houses are that have the tall posts on the porch.

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  2. Terri says: 16 comments

    wow! how kewl is this? i love that movie!! wish there was a pic of the staircase included.

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    • L A Boddie says: 2 comments

      I am the owner of this property,would be glad to answer any questions for anyone. I was not awawe of this site nor this article until today 7=17=17

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      • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11880 comments
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        1901 Folk Victorian
        Chestatee, GA

        What luck! lol 🙂

        I’ve admired your home for years! Or decades really, now that I think about it.

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      • Amy says: 1 comments

        Hi LA Boddie! Do you do tours at all? I am OBSESSED with the movie, and will be in the area next month! Please feel free to email me as I’m not sure if I’ll check the site! amyelise85@gmail.com
        THANK YOU!!!!

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        • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11880 comments
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          1901 Folk Victorian
          Chestatee, GA

          I don’t think he monitors this page but I’ll forward your message.

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          • johnny tompkins says: 1 comments

            hello…i am curious about something..although i have done some research..it appears that this house and the house used in the movie the color purple..seem very much alike in their appearance. then, after some further research..it appears not to be so. however…its kinda strange to me that the house used in the movied..the color purple..was originally owned by a man named james bennett..who was actually killed (shot) on the porch by a yankee soldier in 1865. weird coincidence that the house used in the color purple was owned by a man named bennett…and the character in fried green tomatoes was named frank bennett..and the houses look so much alike. your thoughts?

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  3. kira says: 1 comments

    THIS IS THE HOUSE FROM fried green tomatos!!! love to see the potential of the house!

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  4. Stacy says: 475 comments

    So cool!! Loved this home in the movie as it was!! Happy to see it’s been loved!!

  5. larry boddie says: 2 comments

    for Stacy, thanks for yoour kind remarks about my house,the one used in fried green tomatoes,;it has been loved since 1850,but really loved againin 1972 to present. Larry Boddie putt3@bellsouth.net.

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    • Stacy says: 475 comments

      I’m sorry I’ve just seen your reply & I’m so excited you did, thank you!! I’ve always dreamed of owning & living in a home like this!! When I saw it in the movie I said now that’s where I belong!! Many best wishes & blessings to you & you’re family!!

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