Tag Archives: Endangered Places in South Georgia

Abandoned Craftsman Cottage, Ludowici



Filed under --LONG COUNTY GA--, Ludowici GA

Another Long County Landmark Faces Demolition

The present owners of this house, known as the Vickers-Howard House, are seeking someone who can move it or salvage the timber; otherwise it faces imminent demolition. It is my understanding that the owners prefer to see it moved but they can’t wait long. Considering the recent loss of the antebellum Hendley Foxworth Horne House, and the looming loss of the Johnston House, it would be wonderful if someone could purchase and save this one.

If you or someone you know is serious about purchasing and moving this house, you can contact the owner here. Please do not contact them if you are not serious. [As a matter of disclosure I am not an agent of nor do I represent the owners of this property. The link is shared from social media].

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Filed under --LONG COUNTY GA--, Ludowici GA

Single-Pen House, Jesup

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Filed under --WAYNE COUNTY GA--, Jesup GA

Enclosed Dogtrot Farmhouse, Wayne County

The original front door appears to have originally been a much wider opening, suggesting the house was built as a dogtrot.


Filed under --WAYNE COUNTY GA--

Double-Pen Tenant House, Wayne County

Thanks to Richard Herrin for bringing this tenant house near Madray Springs to my attention.

Though highly endangered, it’s a great survivor of the tenant farming era.

The rear features a shed room which runs the width of the house, typical of such structures.


Filed under --WAYNE COUNTY GA--

Colonial Revival House, Hawkinsville

For as long as I can remember, this house across the street from the old hospital has been abandoned. It would be a wonderful restoration project.

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Filed under --PULASKI COUNTY GA--, Hawkinsville GA

Abandoned Service Station, Lumber City


Filed under --TELFAIR COUNTY GA--, Lumber City GA