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c. 1840 in Jeffersonville, GA


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Added to OHD on 9/18/23   -   Last OHD Update: 9/18/23

213 Shannon Dr, Jeffersonville, GA 31044

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  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5+ Bath
  • 4114 Sq Ft
  • 3.42 Ac.
National Register Property
Welcome to “The Pines,” a beautiful Queen Anne on The National Register of Historic Places following a decades-in-the-making restoration that returned the home to its original splendor. Architecturally significant features are located inside and out – they include but are not limited to heart of pine flooring, original baseboards, trim, and beadboard walls. Even the hardware on multiple sets of pocket doors and the built-in China cabinet have been preserved. Original gasolier chandeliers have been preserved and converted for electric use. Located in the heart of Jeffersonville, Georgia, this meticulously restored home captures the essence of a bygone era. Sited on 3.42 acres with mature landscaping, this property offers a perfect blend of history, elegance, and modern amenities, all within a convenient 20-minute drive to Macon and 15 minutes to Warner Robins. The home features four bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a half bathroom, and over 4,000 square feet, providing ample space for the new owner – and perhaps an abundant collection of antiques. The main floor boasts a ceiling height of 12 feet, creating an airy and inviting atmosphere, while the upstairs maintains a lofty 10-foot height. Enormous, double-hung windows that begin at the floor and almost reach the ceiling have been restored and still have original wavy glass. A formal dining room with original built-in China cabinet and bay window is located just off the spacious Parlor. Both the Parlor and Dining Room feature decorative fireplaces, the Parlor mantel crafted from marbleized slate with tile inlay bearing the image of a child. The Owner’s Suite has several layout options. With a secondary living room at the front of the home, one could utilize the front room as sleeping quarters and the attached room as a seating or dressing room. The attached bathroom features a vanity, pedestal sink, and tub/shower combo. Additional bedrooms and bathrooms on the main level have access to a sun porch that overlooks the pool and yard. Updated kitchen has stainless steel appliances, solid wood cabinetry, Quartz countertops, and a walk-in pantry. Your outdoor oasis awaits whether swimming in the pool or lounging on the newly refurbished, 900 square foot rear deck. Mature magnolias, pecan trees, azaleas, crepe myrtles, and other stunning landscaping elements are interspersed throughout the property. Step back in time and become the next steward of this impeccably restored Queen Anne gem. "The Pines" is more than a home; it's a living piece of history waiting to welcome its next fortunate owner. Don't miss your chance to experience the splendor of this extraordinary property.
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Jarrett Martin, Corcoran Classic Living :: 229 869 5734

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4 days ago

Oh my goodness!! This one is beautiful and really well taken care of. This would go for over 1.5 million in Denver with multiple offers.

4 days ago

Yes, that is a good buy for someone with a large family wanting to relocate to that area. In Northeast Florida, that house would be millions depending on which area of Duval or St Johns County, Florida.

4 days ago

Love that front door. Such a charming exterior.

John Shiflet
4 days ago

Even though the front door and attached screen door were mass produced, they are still of high quality and appropriate for the style and age of the house. Stepping into the house, the foyer looks essentially at it might have in the late 1800’s except for the white painted walls. Nice built ins remain here and there and the porch looks expansive and inviting. In the back is a large deck and in-ground pool for cooling off on hot summer days. The almost three and a half acres lot is heavily treed with lots of shady areas. Streetview shows what appears to be a very quiet residential area. I look for visual clues of an antebellum origin but didn’t see any. I suspect a smaller and older house was expanded substantially in the 1890’s removing earlier signs of the house in the process. There seems to be a nice balance here between old and new.

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3 days ago

Love the porches. I looked and looked for 1845 and sure didn’t see it anywhere either.

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