Tag Archives: South Georgia Farmhouses

Folk Victorian Farmhouse, Sumter County

There are two ghost towns in Georgia named Pennington. One is in Morgan County, near Madison, and the other is here in Sumter County, just a mile or two from Andersonville. A large plantation was once located here but it has long since vanished.

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Vernacular Farmhouse, Schley County

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Georgian Farmhouse, Schley County

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Hall and Parlor Farmhouse, Schley County

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Eclectic Farmhouse, Crisp County

While driving back to Fitzgerald the other day, I forgot something and had to turn around. The point at which I turned off the highway brought this into view. I was amazed.

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Gable Front Farmhouse, Berrien County

We pass by these places all the time. An abandoned farmhouse long forgotten may not seem worthy of documentation to some, but this is where the real people of Georgia worked the farms that anchored our economy for much of the 20th century, long before “Big Ag” began squeezing out small farmers. Many will never be identified, but I’m grateful to all of you for the ones that have been through the years. I see a beauty in these places comparable to our finest homes.

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Gable Front Farmhouse, Brooks County

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