This Victorian Pink Lady is known as the Carmichael Mansion previously owned by Mr. Carmichael the maker of carriages and buggies. It has previously been a bed and breakfast and also a wedding event center. It has 8 bedrooms, 6 1/2 baths and a one bedroom, one bath guest house with living room, kitchen, and two fireplaces. The mansion has 11 fireplaces, stained glass and a magnificent staircase. All make this a wonderful showplace. This is a shor t sale and must have lender approval.
This once in a life time opportunity! 27 room mansion designed by Hartwell, Richardson. The Charles Winship House boasts an embassy worthy main floor with custom interior African mahogany and English Quarter-sawn oak by Irvin Casson and Davenport. Palatial entertaining rooms fitted with murals, 11? ceilings, oak fluted ionic columns and pilasters, hand painted trompe L?oeil walls and ceilings. 12 Fireplaces, 15,000+Sf an in-ground pool with mosaic tiles, views of Boston and N.H.
Built for the founder of the Four Roses Distillery, the Rufus M. Rose House is one of only four “Victorian” mansions left along Peachtree Street and the only one left in the central business district. A splendidly intact example of late Victorian architecture, the Rose House is an extremely rare example of a nineteenth-century town house of the affluent. Its beautifully carved front steps rise directly from the busy sidewalk in the fashion of pre-automobile Atlanta, and its tiny yard, shaded by a large elm that is original to the site, are a singular survivor from Peachtree’s residential heyday.
The Fox House was built in the 1840’s on the banks of the Pearl River about seven miles north of Monticello in Lawrence County. It is a charming one story and half Mississippi Planters Cottage with an inset front gallery, a center hall with four room floor plan, and paneled wainscoting in the front rooms. One hundred years ago the kitchen dependency was moved and attached to the main structure with a connecting breezeway.
The Hurstmont Mansion – Grand 1906 Estate designed by famed Architect Stanford White sold as-is. Good bones but extensive rehab req. Mansion will be reduced from 17,000 sqft down to 5,000-9,000 sqft. Exquisite features & history. 30 mile vistas to south. Price includes Mansion as-is and 5 ac. land. Approved for new in-ground pool. Septic approved but required. Please be sure to see other opportunities available at Hurstmont.
This unique historic home named The Aerie overlooks Glen Alpine and has beautiful views of the mountains. Not only does the home have interesting architecture including Colonial Revival, Queen Ann and Tudor but there is plenty of local historical significance as well. The house was built by Dr. Hennessee who also had his office in the residence. Some of the architectural features include the following: stone octagonal tower, wraparound porch with stone pillars, wide moldings, tongue and groove walls and some original mantels. Owner has saved salvageable wood and shutters. No heat installed. Includes three story barn.