Tag Archives: Georgia Farmhouses

Stuart House, Circa 1890, Morgan County

A resource survey identifies this simply as “Mrs. Stuart’s House”. I hope to learn more about it.

It’s a nice example of a Folk Victorian farmhouse and has been brought back to an earlier appearance after the removal of asbestos siding and awning.

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Gabled-Ell Farmhouse, Morgan County

This simple Folk Victorian farmhouse represents one of the most common forms of late-19th and early-20th century architecture in Georgia.

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Georgian Cottage, Morgan County

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Gabled-Ell Farmhouse, Glenloch

Other than a modern church building, little remains of the historic northeast Heard County community of Glenloch, which had a post office from 1886-1904.

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Abandoned Federal House, Hancock County

This house is a good example of a locally early Federal style I-House. It likely dated to circa 1800-1820. Anne Chamlee made the photograph in northern Hancock County in March 1991 and the house is believed to be lost. I hope to identify it.

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Reese, Georgia

This historic farmhouse and the adjacent general store/commissary are about all that’s left of the Reese community. Since 1971, the property has been known as the Strother Farm.

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Queen Anne Farmhouse, Glascock County

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Saddlebag Tenant House, Talbot County

This is a nice example of this once widespread form.

 

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Vernacular Farmhouse, Circa 1856, Talbot County

One resource survey identifies the date of construction of this Georgian farmhouse at 1856.

 

 

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Rose Hill, Georgia

Rose Hill is a lost community in Oconee County.

This historic small farmstead would have likely been typical of such properties in the area in the early 20th century.

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