original kitchen fireplace of a Georgia farmhouse built in the 1840s
Photo: Kate Ryan
« »

Why is it Worth Saving?

The house comes with 7.4 acres of land, where you'll still find the Housworth family's corn crib, smokehouse, grain shed, and livestock pen. It retains most of the original interior, including pine wallboards, two granite fireplaces, and tongue-and-groove pine floors.

Shown: The original kitchen fireplace is made of granite quarried from nearby Arabia Mountain, as is the main chimney.
Ask TOH users about Home & Real Estate

Contribute to This Story Below