Historic House Listings

Sold. Original owners were founders of Neiman Marcus! Almost two acres in GA. $399,000

December 23, 2018

Such a pretty house! Built in 1887. This is the Marcus-Hoge-Peddar home. Located on 1.84 acres in Washington, Georgia. This home is situated in the historic district. Originally built by the Marcus family who ran a general mercantile. They later moved to Texas and founded Neiman Marcus. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,584 square feet. $399,000

From the Zillow listing:


Graciously Southern, the Marcus – Hoge – Peddar Home located in the Historic District of charming Washington, Georgia is within walking distance of the Town Square, Museums, Shops, Restaurants and the state’s first public Library; All interesting and intriguing to history buffs as well as those who simply enjoy the beauty of the small town atmosphere, where one can stroll streets lined with beautiful homes of soaring columns and quaint cottages or relax on spacious porches and verandas consumed with familiar comforting garden aromas of camellias and magnolia blossoms.As the story is told, this wonderful home once belonged to the Marcus family who operated a General Mercantile in the then booming downtown Washington, Georgia and whose descendants later ventured on to Texas to become the well known Neiman Marcus stores.

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