Built for Jane Young in 1853, this four-story, brick, Greek Revival home has only three owners since construction. Used as a rectory for Christ Church for nearly 100 years, it retains many original details including hardwood floors, window glass, hardware, wrought iron, hard plaster walls, an original English basement with cooking fireplace, cooling crane with pot holders, and dumbwaiter.
It also boasts a grand foyer with soaring ceilings, a triple parlor with original operating fireplaces, an expansive porch, meticulously manicured garden with an impressive Crepe Myrtle and terrific views of the Owen's Thomas House and Oglethorpe Square.
Property includes historic original Carriage House with two-car garage. This is a rare offering with historical significance.
Property Features Include: 5 Fireplace(s), Separate Guest Quarters, two-car garage with carriage house, carriage house, four electric central HVAC units
Views Include: City
Built in: 1853
Approximate Square Feet:
Roof: Composition roof.
Architectural Style: Greek Revival
Lot Acres: .13