Historic House Listings

Sold. Deal of the day! Circa 1929. One acre in Georgia. $159,000

November 24, 2019

Love all of the woodwork in this one! This deal of the day was built in 1929. It is located on 1.03 acres in Waycross, Georgia. It was built to replicate the architectural style of Thomas Jeffereson’s Monticello. The home has six fireplaces, tall ceilings, and crown molding. The wood inside is cypress from the Okefonokee Swamp. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,378 square feet. $159,000

From the Zillow listing:


This Cherokee Heights Charmer was built in 1929 to replicate the architectural style of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello home. This home was built with the in Shotgun style with the high ceiling to open the front door and let he breeze blow through to cool the house. The home feature 6 unique fireplaces(some were set for coal burning) Elaborate woodwork, decorative crown molding created by expert craftsmen in it day. The interior wood is hard-cut cypress from the Okefenokee Swamp, obtained by the Hebard Cypress Company. The entire 2nd floor is available for storage. The original horse-barn remains and can be used for storage. The spacious front porch is ready for your rocking chairs.also has a small basement.. Property consists of 3 lots one beside the property and the lot behind with the gazebo.


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