1910 Classical Revival – Greenville, GA

Added to OHD on 1/18/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   4 Comments
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429 Lagrange St, Greenville, GA 30222

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  • $299,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 4966 Sq Ft
  • 4.9 Ac.
Known as The Terrace built in 1910 with four iconic columns. The owners taste was Old South meets Greek Revival Plantation. It has modern touches with beautiful hardwood floors, 6 fireplaces, over sized pocket doors with lots of detail and brass wear. Double front doors paneled with beveled glass that leads to a wide reception hall. High and cove ceilings for a majestic effect. Mahogany wood floors and stair rails. Upstairs floors are yellow pine. This historical home is one of Greenvile's oldest homes. It has a garden area from which the home was named. Lots of charm and detail in each room.
Contact Information
Angela Cotton, Go Realty
(706) 957-1699
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4 Comments on 1910 Classical Revival – Greenville, GA

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  1. BethanyBethany says: 3510 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    More pictures! More pictures! The street view shows a lovely setting, and the house across the street is a keeper too!

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  2. Elaine says: 95 comments

    Kelly, you GOT me on this one! On all the houses, I look at them and try to guess what state they are in before I look to see. I do pretty good on a lot of them, and some I’m maybe a state over (IL, MI, OH, IN, WI) I have also decided that TX, NC and KY are just impossible for me to guess! But THIS one! I was SURE it was either MS or LA. It looks like it is straight out of Ghosts of the Mississippi! It is RARE that I miss a GA house, I can tell you! And Greensboro! I did not know there was one of them in GA. I have ancestors from Greensboro, but had NOT heard of a Greenville (Greenville FL is right down the road from me)! I am going to have to check that out, and see how many more houses like this there might be there. Hauntingly beautiful place!

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  3. DianeEGDianeEG says: 551 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1896 Farmhouse W/Swedish roots
    Rural, IL

    Unless there is more to come, surprised there aren’t more pictures considering the neighborhood, history and condition. Kelly, you’ve certainly put a lot of wonderful homes on today’s edition.

  4. cyberc says: 98 comments

    Greenville is a wonderful small town. I pass this house regularly. Thank you Kelly for giving me a look on the inside. There are several OLD HOMES in Greenville. It’s rural and you don’t have a Taco Bell in sight. I love supporting my local businesses but Greenville doesn’t have a lot of small businesses. Too hard to sustain an income but there are a few. The courthouse is AMAZING built in the 1800’s and is quite the presence in the square. Greenville is the county seat of Meriweather County!

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