What a grand looking home! Henderson Hall was built in 1905 for Mrs. W. A. Davidson. It is located in Dawson, Georgia. Love the double porches and those columns are huge! The home has heart pine floors, tall ceilings, pocket doors and crystal chandeliers. This home has been featured in magazines and on local walking tours. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 4,149 square feet. $269,900 New price: $259,900
Contact Callie H. Walker with Hughey and Neuman: 229-792-8260
From the Zillow listing:
Greek Revival Home located in Dawson, Georgia! Henderson Hall was built circa 1905 for the original owner, Mrs. W.A. Davidson. The stately and grand architecture is anchored by four massive tapered and fluted columns, with Scamozzi capitals. The columns are reproduced seventeen times in various sizes around the entire house. The balustrade is matched on the roof line, the veranda, and the upper gallery for a beautiful and custom design. As you enter the home, you are instantly in awe of the custom molding, black and white marble floors, and grand staircase of this home. The ceiling height, pine floors, custom molding, pocket doors, crystal chandeliers, floor to ceiling windows, and the attention to detail are all features to be appreciated and valued in this house. Downstairs features: two living rooms/ parlors, large dining room, updated kitchen with stainless appliances, tiled back splash and granite island. Located off the kitchen is a breakfast room and could also serve as office and/or sunroom! There is one bedrooms with full bath located on the back right side of the house, with ample closest space. Upstairs is 4 bedrooms with access to a full bathroom. The bedrooms are thoughtfully divided by a large central hall that could be used for additional sitting and a small alcove accessible to the open porch. So much charm and character awaits a new owner. This home has been featured in magazines and community tours for many years. Make “Henderson Hall” part of your new life style! Call a Realtor for an appointment to see this historical jewel.
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