Newnan, Georgia – Coweta County – Buena Vista is one of my favorite homes in Newnan. Originally built around 1830, it’s one of the older houses in the area. It’s also known as the Storey-Buchanan-Glover-Sumner House.
Athens, Georgia – Clarke County – Built circa 1861, the Sledge-Cobb-Spalding House has been purchased by descendants of prior owners – not once, but twice! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house has a storied history in Athens.
Thomasville, Georgia – Thomas County – The Harrell House in Thomasville appears much differently than it did in 1853, and it even faces a different street than when originally built.
Sandersville, Washington County – Always fun to report on a preservation success story, and the Brantley-Haygood House is an amazing success. Originally built in the 1850s for Dr. Solomon Brantley, it looked much different – the Plantation Plain style.
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.