Step back in time with this home Located in Eatonton's National Register Historic District. One of Eatonton's oldest homes. A rare example in GA of Gothic Revival architecture on 11.5 landscaped acres. New wiring, plumbing, structural repairs, porches, roofs. Beautiful plaster medallions, graining,mantels, heartpine, 13' ceilings, 14 rooms
From the Digital Library of Georgia: "Originally a Greek Revival house, it was remodeled as Victorian Gothic in 1885 and moved about 500 feet in 1909. The driveway is actually the deadend of Madison Avenue, the end of which is bordered by elm trees which terminate at a massive gate. The driveway encircles a large round lawn and the dooryard is enclosed by a low ballustrade rather than a fence. The part of the house dating from 1885 has fine plasterwork with heavy moldings and center medallions in the ceiling."