One of Sandy Spring’s most unique gems, this collection of preserved Antebellum Homes is made complete after 40 years of meticulous restoration. This estate spreads over 3 vast acres amongst Atlanta’s most upscale subdivision. The estate includes a primary house, a 12-room farmhouse originally constructed in 1854 for a Civil War Colonel with a log cabin addition dated 1840 from Monroe, Georgia. Additional structures include an antique garage dated 1830 from Mount Airy, Georgia, a gorgeous 2-story guest house dated 1840 from Gordon, Georgia, and a unique outhouse dated 1840 from Jonesboro, Georgia. This estate is the product of modern homesteaders fulfilling their vision to return their collection to the simple elegance of a bygone era. This estate is goldmine for an investor looking for the easy transition into a historic museum, bed & breakfast, or venue/ event space.
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