This massive house commands a prominent position in downtown Taylorsville and looks like it’s awaiting a new life.
Tag Archives: North Georgia Victorian Architecture
This house, though decidedly Victorian in appearance, appears to be of earlier [probably antebellum] construction; hence my identification as an Eclectic Victorian. It’s possible that it was a Plantation Plain that was expanded later; it features nine-over-nine windows and the entryway has a transom and sidelights. I hope to learn more about it and will update it when I do. It’s an impressive house.