This Mediterranean Revival house is also known as the Matthews-Lynch House.
Athens-Candler-Church Street Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
A restoration in the 1970s essentially “modernized” the interior of the Lavnoia Depot, dropping ceilings and obscuring important structural details. An historically accurate second restoration, completed in 2012, returned the depot to its rightful place as the anchor of the historic downtown. It now houses a welcome center and offices.
Lavonia Commercial Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
This stunning Mediterranean Revival villa was built for Cincinnati-born Macon entrepreneur Nicholas M. Block, who owned the Central City Ice Manufacturing and the Dempsey Hotel. In 1923 it was purchased by Samuel Coleman II, owner of the Cherokee Brick Company. It was meticulously restored by the Ben Porter family in the 1970s.
Macon Historic District, National Register of Historic Places