c. 1822 – Madison, GA

Added to OHD on 12/7/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   21 Comments
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458 Old Post Rd, Madison, GA 30650

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  • $579,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 full, 2 half Bath
  • 5082 Sq Ft
  • 0.62 Ac.
Margaret Mitchell visited this 2 story Old Post Road Home. The Stokes-McHenry House, circa 1822 with abounding history! First time on the market, same family for seven generations, in great condition. Beautiful historic woodwork. Lovingly maintained throughout the years. Subject to the Historic Preservation Commission.
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Judy Gilbert, Madison Realty
(706) 342-0693 / (706) 342-8505
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21 Comments on c. 1822 – Madison, GA

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  1. DeniseLynn says: 217 comments

    In the same family for seven generations! First time on the market! This has to be breaking hearts! Every photo looks ready for publication in a historical home magazine!

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    • Karen says: 1145 comments

      I know-7 generations! I wonder what is prompting the sale? If I were in this family, I’d go all Scarlett O’Hara to keep this house! Even marry that mealy mouthed old Frank Kennedy!

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  2. Glen says: 69 comments

    In love with everything about the house, till i saw the kitchen, it needs some major loving.

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  3. dkzody says: 254 comments

    This house likely didn’t have a kitchen when originally built. The cooking was probably done in another building so the current kitchen was added in another era. It is an amazing home, beautifully maintained. I hope whoever purchases it continues to love it.

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    • Karen says: 1145 comments

      I was kind of wondering about that small building. It doesn’t look the right size to be a garage. I wondered if it was the original kitchen, at least in the summer.

  4. Anne Hamilton says: 204 comments

    What a beautiful, gracefull Old Gal, and from what I can see, not a TV in the whole house!

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    • William Walkington says: 62 comments

      Oh, they’re there, lurking in some dark corner like unwanted vermin. AT LEAST no one hung a 76 incher above one of those lovely, delicate, ORIGINAL mantles. Do you get the feeling I could LOVE and PROTECT this magnificent home like a precious BRIDE near and dear to my HEART? I sure do. Adorable home; I could move right in and never touch a SINGLE THING! Well, I might spiff up the kitchen, just a bit. Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this treasure with your readers.

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  5. Alicia P says: 25 comments

    Stunning house and furnishings. Sad to see it all dispersed.

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  6. jeff myers says: 129 comments

    That furniture!!!!

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  7. Nancygirl says: 191 comments

    I love it! I’ll take it just the way it is! ?

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  8. Ernie says: 332 comments

    Let me run get my checkbook! Beautiful!

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  9. Elaine says: 95 comments

    This is my dream house!

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  10. Mary Brown says: 51 comments

    This is just beautiful in every way. Perhaps Margaret Mitchell got the idea to have Scarlett use the green velvet draperies at Tara to make a ensemble from the green velvet draperies in this home.?

  11. CharlestonJohn says: 1127 comments

    Beautiful house with a surely interesting architectural history. It’s primarily Greek Revival with the characteristic corner pilasters, wide frieze boards, and front entrance. The Victorian era front porch is a interesting contrast that really defines the look of the house. Two interesting items are the lack of first floor symmetry as shown by the offset front entrance and missing second window bay on the first floor and what appears to be an unusually beautiful Federal style mantle in the parlor. I’m guessing maybe the house had a number of expansions and the initial construction could have been a single story that could even predate the 1822 listed build date prior to a Greek Revival remodel and expansion.

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  12. Keith Sanders says: 135 comments

    This place has a delightfully consistent air within and without – an understated touch of elegance.

  13. FlaOHDJunkie says: 158 comments

    Love this house and this town

  14. pamibachpamibach says: 118 comments

    This home needs to be bought by someone who will respect it and treat it with tthe love it deserves, the only thing I’d change is my accent

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