Ezell House, 1887, Eatonton

Historic Eatonton GA Victorian Painted Lady House Photograph Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing North Georgia USA 2015

Keith Rowell writes: …This is the Ezell House built in 1887 by Evan B. Ezell. Well into “reconstruction” 20 years after the civil war, Victorian styles (from the north) were replacing Greek Revival. The house is all heart pine and has a high Victorian interior with a grand “Eastlake” stair case. It showcases the transition from hand-carved craftsmanship to machine made parts of the industrial age…

Eatonton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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2 responses to “Ezell House, 1887, Eatonton

  1. It’s an honor to be included in your fine archive. This is the Ezell House built in 1887 by Evan B. Ezell. Well into “reconstruction” 20 years after the civil war, Victorian styles (from the north) were replacing greek revival. The house is all heart pine and has a high Victorian interior with a grand “Eastlake” stair case. It showcases the transition from hand-carved craftsmanship to machine made parts of the industrial age. Stop by for “tea” next time you’re out this way. http://ezellhouse01.weebly.com/

  2. Julia Owens

    You and Shelagh do have one of the most beautiful and well maintained homes in the historic district of Eatonton. Your gardens are the grand entrance! I hope everyone sees them at their full bloom best- the spring. The Lady Banks rose that covers the left side of the house, is always my reward for having survived another winter.
    The best of it all to you both, Julia

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