Athens, GA – Clarke County – The history of the family at this antebellum Athens mansion s just amazing. Built circa 1849 for Howell and Mary Ann Lamar Cobb, this served as their home throughout a storied political career.
Milledgeville, GA – Baldwin County – I love to walk around Milledgeville, the antebellum capital of Georgia. So many beautiful old homes in the area. I had to stop and admire this 1818 house – and it turns out this house has been moved 4 times in Milledgeville!
Newnan, GA – Coweta County – Built circa 1836, the Jones-Cranford-Walker-Solle House is on the National Register of Historic Places, as part of the Greenville St/LaGrange St Historic District in Newnan.
Anderson, SC – While I was in Anderson not long ago, I had to go and check out the Dr. Samuel Orr House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The more I learned about Dr. Orr and family, I was amazed at the accomplishments of this family!
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In a city full of beautiful old homes, this one stopped me in my tracks as I was walking around one morning. Built for John S. Cubbedge in 1852, the bay window was added in 1883.