Historic House Listings

Porch Goals! The Jackson House, Circa 1883. Over five acres in Georgia. $1,695,000

July 12, 2020

What a beauty this house is! The Jackson House was built in 1883. It is located on 5.21 acres in Greensboro, Georgia. Love the porches on this Steamboat Gothic style home. The home was moved to this location and restored. There are original heart pine floors, seven fireplaces, tall ceilings, and original wainscoting. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 5,139 square feet. $1,695,000

Contact Reizl Baker with Luxury Lake Oconee Real Estate Group: 706-347-2625

From the Zillow listing:


“The Jackson House on Dogwood Drive” at Reynolds Lake Oconee. If you are driving down Pine Grove Road, you will not miss this recently renovated historic 5,000+ sq ft house in it’s idyllic setting, sitting on over 5.21 acres of beautiful land with picturesque pond inside the gates of Reynolds. It is ideally located within minutes from all the first-class amenities: golf courses, clubs, the Ritz Carlton, Lake Club and marinas. Respectful of this home’s historic origin, it was recently moved and restored, keeping it’s elegance and high quality features while adding the conveniences of today’s lifestyle. Built in 1883, The Jackson House is a shining example of true Steamboat Gothic style and is one of only a few surviving homes of this type left in the United States. It was restored with focus on keeping it’s authenticity and historic integrity throughout the renovation. This remarkable home offers 7 original fireplaces, restored heart-pine floors, ceilings, doors, moldings, wainscoting, renovated double porches with hand-turned balusters, reclaimed antique brick walkways, restored sash pulley in walk-out windows, all new HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems, 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, all new Chefs custom kitchen, laundry room with folding stations and step-in dog bath and many more. The large private property offers endless potential for a pool and other outdoor family amenities. This is a very special property that will be enjoyed by many generations to come. “Every Home Has a Story: This is the Jackson House, Restored by Kimberly and Christian Bennett” Club membership is available.


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