Tag Archives: North Georgia Victorian Architecture

Queen Anne House, 1910, Taylorsville

This massive house commands a prominent position in downtown Taylorsville and looks like it’s awaiting a new life.

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Eclectic Victorian House, 1905, Villa Rica

This house is a good example of the transition from Victorian to more eclectic styles in the early 20th century

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Filed under --CARROLL COUNTY GA--, Villa Rica GA

Eclectic Victorian Cottage, Villa Rica

Though the front of this cottage has a Neoclassical/Greek Revival appearance, the overall design is Victorian. I was unable to get perspective views due to vegetation.

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Queen Anne Cottage, Villa Rica

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Prospect Church, Circa 1902, Texas

I believe this was originally a Methodist Church. It’s the only public building I was able to find in the crossroads community of Texas.

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Filed under --HEARD COUNTY GA--, Texas GA

Eclectic Victorian House, West Point

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.

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Filed under --TROUP COUNTY GA--, West Point GA

Miller-Price House, Circa 1875, West Point

This transitional Greek Revival-Victorian cottage was built for Alva C. Miller. It was purchased and restored by Miss Gladys Ozley in 1935.

 

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Queen Anne House, 1900, Waverly Hall

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Filed under --HARRIS COUNTY GA--, Waverly Hall GA

Queen Anne House, Hamilton

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Birdsong-Hill-Elliot House, Mayfield

As evidenced by its present state, Mayfield’s iconic Birdsong-Hill-Elliot House is likely in its last days without quick intervention. It has rapidly deteriorated since I last photographed it in 2014.

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Filed under --HANCOCK COUNTY GA--, Mayfield GA