Historic House Listings

Sold. Definite porch goals! Circa 1908. Over two acres in Georgia. $499,000

December 11, 2022

That is a quite a porch! There is even a large back porch. This home was built in 1908. It is located on 2.37 acres in Bishop, Georgia. The home features a large wrap around front porch, beautiful hardwood floors, original fretwork, tall ceilings, crown molding, transom windows, wainscoting and stained glass. The home has a commercial kitchen. Five bedrooms, five bathrooms and 5,191 square feet. $550,000 New price: $499,000

Contact Bryan Bufford with Coldwell Banker Upchurch Realty: 706-338-0005

From the Zillow listing:


This lovely historic home was built c. 1908 and boasts gorgeous Queen Anne Victorian architecture, adding a stately presence in the heart of Oconee County’s charming town of Bishop. The home is approx. 5191 sq.ft., has a new roof and updated bathrooms, and is situated on a beautiful 2.37 acre lot. The exterior is full of old world charm, featuring a large wrap around porch adorned with decorative columns, brackets and spindles, a whimsical turret with a conical roof, and multi-paned and stained glass windows. The interior is graced with a grand foyer and picturesque staircase, nine antique fireplaces, large rooms with high ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors and elaborate moldings, stained glass transom windows, exposed brick, and mirrored pocket doors. The owner’s suite features a fireplace, large closet, and ensuite with clawfoot tub. The kitchen with butler’s pantry has been used as a commercial kitchen by previous owner. There is another bedroom with an attached bath on the first floor, and the second story contains two large bedrooms with a jack and jill bath, another large bedroom, and a huge divided bonus room that could serve as additional bedrooms. There is plenty of storage in the unfinished walk in attic. The lot is partially wooded and offers potential for horses or event parking. This property is full of timeless irreplicable characteristics, an historic treasure to the community!



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