Featured Homes

  • c. 1850 – Blair, SC – $173,900

Georgian Revival

1933 Colonial Revival – South Boston, VA – $183,850

2711 N Main St, South Boston, VA 24592 - Not For Sale*

Excellent example of Georgian architecture with its tall chimneys, steepness of roof and elaborate doorway. Shaded by century old oaks, the expansive grounds (2.8 ac) include formal gardens, stone patios and brick walkways. Formal entry foyer with marble floor, paneled library, sunroom with brick floor, formal living room with fireplace and formal dining room. Finished half-story with permanent stairway. Upgraded kitchen features mahogany cabinets and granite countertops. Carriage house with garden shed provides shelter for two vehicles, lawn and garden equipment and tools and a second level that can be made into guest residence. Convenient to hospital and health care providers, shops, restaurants, performing arts center, schools including Southern Virginia Higher Education Center and recreation.

3 Beds // 2.5 Baths // 2955 Sqft

07/30/2015 // 6 Comments

1900 Colonial Revival, Columbus, Ohio – $245,000

1617 Hawthorne Park, Columbus, OH 43203 - Sold*

Stately all brick Georgian c. 1900. Vestibule opens to 37' entry hall with sweeping staircase lite by a south facing Palladian window at the landing. Formal reception hall(35x20) has 4 Palladian windows, double pocket doors, original sconces, WBFP with oak mantel & opens to a south facing conservatory. Formal dining room has twin built-in china closets, gaslog FP & box bay. Formal parlor has cherry woodwork, pocket doors and two 2 Palladian windows plus a gaslog FP. Lots of work already completed! Mechanicals are in good working order! New boiler in 2006. This is a work in progress. Home was built in 1900 by William Parker Little. He was a noted 'Pictorialist' whose work was featured in the Columbus Museum of Art the year it opened its doors on East Broad Street in 1932. Hundreds of his works survive but his greatest legacy may well be this architectural masterpiece in historic Woodland Park!

6 Beds // 3.5 Baths // 5954 Sqft

05/12/2012 // 9 Comments