Folk Victorian Farmhouse, Washington County

This beautiful home commands a nice view of the surrounding farmland from its promontory along a busy highway north of Sandersville. Records I’ve located date it to 1910, but I think it’s probably an earlier central hallway form, later updated with the Queen Anne dormers and the exposed rafters. Several historic barns are well-maintained on the property, as well.

 

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2 responses to “Folk Victorian Farmhouse, Washington County

  1. Ben Dooley

    Indeed Brian, this is certainly a very handsome house! Beautifully detailed and proportioned. I wish we could do half as well with what passes as our ”vernacular” architecture today.

  2. Randy Vernon Brown

    Great Picture Love all the ones you post from Washington Co. Thanks

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