Tag Archives: South Georgia Architecture

Twin Houses, 1880, Louisville

These adjacent gable front houses are essentially “twins”, with a slightly different placement of the doors and windows on the front.

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Filed under --JEFFERSON COUNTY GA--, Louisville GA

Central Hallway House, Midville

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Filed under --BURKE COUNTY GA--, Midville GA

Josiah Davis House, 1869, Emanuel County

This well-maintained landmark was built by Confederate veteran Josiah Davis. Davis was a farmer who raised cotton and corn. Upon his death, his widow lived out the rest of her life here. The Peacock family purchased the home after Mrs. Davis’s death.

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Filed under --EMANUEL COUNTY GA--

Central Hallway House, Twin City

I call this a “Central Hallway House” for lack of a better term or more knowledge of its history, but I believe this house is quite historic. It has double chimneys on the south side. I hope to learn more.

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Filed under --EMANUEL COUNTY GA--, Twin City GA

Georgian Cottage, Nahunta

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Filed under --BRANTLEY COUNTY GA--, Nahunta GA

Craftsman Bungalow, Nahunta

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Filed under --BRANTLEY COUNTY GA--, Nahunta GA

Eclectic Georgian Cottage, Cochran

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Filed under --BLECKLEY COUNTY GA--, Cochran GA

Springfield Baptist Church, Chester

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Filed under --DODGE COUNTY GA--, Chester GA

Colonial Revival House, Midville

This eclectic Colonial Revival house appears to be earlier than the 1900 date given on realty websites. If so, it likely originated as a simple Georgian Cottage.

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Filed under --BURKE COUNTY GA--, Midville GA

Georgian Cottage, Midville

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Filed under --BURKE COUNTY GA--, Midville GA