Old Homeplace

Deep in the heart of rural Georgia sits this grand, two-story farmhouse. Constructed in the mid to late 19th century, the house has undergone several renovations throughout its lifetime. Several calendars still hanging in the house suggest it was last occupied in the early 1980s. The family of the original owners still lives on the property nearby and keeps a close eye on their old homeplace.

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7 comments

  1. I knew from the second I saw the first pic, that I was going to love this house and I was right. What I don’t get is why the original owner(s) opted to let the house sit fully furnished for 35+ years empty and uncared for. It is such a beautiful house, that they could have sold instead of letting it sit abandoned for so many years, especially since they still live on the property nearby. I would buy it in a heartbeat with everything in it. It is such a waste to let this lovely house go to ruin like that.

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  2. So, what I’m getting from this is the original owners have passed and the remaining family decided to do nothing with the home but just let it sit for 35+ years and keep a close watch on it. It’s a shame and a waste.

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  3. Such a beautiful house just wasting away. It would be nice for someone who could purchase it and restore it just like it is setup!

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  4. Wow, this place must have been a show stopper! Love all the antiques, sure wish I could get my hands on the kitchen sink and the double sink in the bedroom.
    Thanks for posting this!
    Cindy

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