Historic House Listings

“Gravel Hill”, Circa 1878. Almost 3 acres in Georgia with pecan and fruit trees. $250,000

April 7, 2021

Such a sweet house and property! There are pecan and fruit trees on the property! “Gravel Hill” was built in 1878. It is located on 2.65 acres in Hinesville, Georgia. The home features a large wrap around porch, pocket doors, wide baseboards, built-ins, and a metal roof. The kitchen has vintage 1948 cabinets. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,458 square feet. $250,000

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From the Zillow listing:


QUEEN ANNE/COLONIAL AWAITS YOUR FINAL TOUCHES Beautiful historical home! “Gravel Hill” is a Queen Anne/Colonial Revival house built by the Quarterman-Cassels as their summer home. Eligible for the National Register of Historic Places, the current owner has kept the integrity of the home but has made updates such as a new metal roof, new foundation and carefully refinished floors. This 5bdrm 3ba home features three fireplaces, heart pine floors, pocket doors, and original windows. Two bathrooms feature restored vintage bathtubs & tile floors. The kitchen, a 1948 addition, still has the original cabinets and vintage atmosphere. The 5th bdrm was a 1905 addition and has its own fireplace and bathroom—with its own outside access, it would be perfect for a gracious guest suite. Classic wrap-around front porch w/ full view of the 7 live oaks, azaleas, camellias, the pecan and fruit trees that grace this 2.65 ac property.


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