J. E. Paulin House, 1900, Fort Gaines

Fort Gaines Historic District, National Register of Historic Places



Filed under --CLAY COUNTY GA--, Fort Gaines GA

4 responses to “J. E. Paulin House, 1900, Fort Gaines

  1. Sharon Rice

    I appreciate the history from Ken. It’s a lovely home and I agree with Ben that restoration and maintenance of historic buildings shows respect for a heritage – “a beacon of hope”.

  2. ben dooley

    Wonderful house Brian. Isn’t it amazing how many beautifully designed and significant houses were built in so many small southern towns in the late 18th and early 19th century? These towns were obviously very much more affluent in those days than today. While it is sad to see so many great buildings fall into decay, well maintained and restored examples such as this and others you bring to our attention, are a beacon of hope!


    Built in 1900. Architect was George F. Barber of Knoxville, Tennessee. Was a plan in his 1900 mail order plan book. Completely restored in 2002-2003 by present owners.

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