Circa 1910. This Craftsman style home is said to have won first place in an Architectural Competition to convert a commercial building into a home. Intricate details galore include wood floors, 12-paned windows, picture molding, coffered ceilings, judges paneling in dining room, antique door knobs, painted brick fireplaces, 2 fireplaces have authentic gas coal fire with Evans baskets, plantation shutters & 12 ft ceilings throughout. Both bedrooms have fireplaces, closets, ceiling fans and easy access to bathroom with claw foot tub/shower, believed to come from the Old Biltmore Hotel in Atlanta. The kitchen is enhanced with checkered board floors, solid surface counter-tops & subway tile backsplash. The exterior of the home is enhanced with a covered front porch, screened back porch, Savannah-style brick stairs & a garage which is rumored to be the first garage in town that housed the first car in town. So much history, so much to see..
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