Historic House Listings

Sold. “The Rabbi”, Circa 1889 in Georgia. National Register of Historic Places. $275,000

October 15, 2021

This home was named “The Rabbi” after its original owner, Rabbi I. P. Mendes. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Rabbi was built in 1889. It is located on .78 acres in Guyton, Georgia. The home features a wrap around front porch, original hardwood floors, exposed beams, vintage light fixture, wainscoting, transom windows and french doors. Love the old trees on the property. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,332 square feet. $275,000

Contact Dana Ellis with Jenny Rutherford Real Estate

From the Zillow listing:


Rare Opportunity to Own one of Guyton’s True Victorian Gems! Located in the Heart of the Historic District & Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, This Grand 3332 Sqft, 2-Story Landmark was constructed in 1889 and named “The Rabbi” for its Original Owner, Rabbi I.P. Mendes. Nestled on over ¾ of an Acre and Surrounded by Lush Green Landscaping and Majestic Oaks this Queen of the South is Longing for a new Owner to bring her back to her former Glory! Inside & Out you’ll find all of the Unique Architectural Charm one would expect- Breezy Wrap around Porch w/Carved Railings, High Ceilings, Broad Mouldings, Ornate Trim, Floor-to-Ceiling Windows, Stately Fireplaces & Original Wood Floors! Both Full Baths have been Newly Updated! Large Kitchen with Exposed Beams, Formal Dining Room, Parlour/Living Room, Study, Laundry & Large Den on main; 4 Bedrooms Upstairs + Library w/Floor-to-Ceiling Built-ins could be 5th Bedroom! No central HVAC. This Home is Priced to Sell & Offered As-is.


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