Historic House Listings

Talk about porch goals! The Bailey House, Circa 1896. Almost one acre in Georgia. $375,000

January 14, 2021

Those are some definite porch goals! Wrap around double porches! The Bailey House was built in 1896. It is located on .87 acres in Hartwell, Georgia. Wish there were more pictures. The front door is beautiful and I love the brick and wrought iron fencing. The home features original hardwood floors underneath the carpeting, ornate staircase, bead board wainscoting, bead board ceilings, and built-ins. There are ten fireplaces in this home! Six bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,774 square feet. $375,000

Contact Karren Amidon with Keller Williams Realty

From the Zillow listing:


This historic Hartwell property, now recognized as the Bailey House, is on the national Register of Historic Homes. Built in 1896 and continuously owned by one family, this is the first time this grand Victorian home with Queen Anne style features is being offered for sale. The residence is located in the city of Hartwell’s historic district.The property contains the main house, a historic brick greenhouse, garage, chicken house and small studio apartment. The level homesite is surrounded by an ornate brick and iron fence and is walking distance to historic downtown Hartwell.The interior of the home retains architectural details from another time. Flanked by parlors to the left and the right, the arched entry leads into the central hall with an ornantly carved grand staircase. Hardwoods are found throughout the home under the carpeting. Please take notice of the decorative moldings installed around the residence’s doors and windows and the ornamental wainscoting, bead-board ceilings and intricate tile work on the home’s 10 fireplaces. Each grand room has its own original fireplace. Five considerable bedrooms are located on the second floor and one bedroom is found on the main floor. Porches, with their own rocking chairs, wrap around the first and second floors. As you step back into another era stop, look around, don’t rush your visit and absorb the historic character that is the Bailey House.


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