This Greek Revival cottage is said to be the oldest house in Quitman.
Quitman Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
The Seixas [pronounced say-shus] family were among the early settlers of Thomasville and this house, now an office, is the oldest one-story house in Thomasville. It was moved to this location by Thomasville Landmarks to prevent demolition.
Dawson Street Residential Historic District, National Register of Historic Places
Built for one of Thomasville’s early settlers, the Hardy Bryan House is among the most important surviving antebellum structures in the region. When it was built, Thomasville was still quite rural and the house served as the center of a working plantation. Bryan died in 1859 and the house had several subsequent owners, including the Cater family. Today, it serves as the headquarters of Thomasville Landmarks, an organization at the forefront of local preservation since the early 1960s.
The cross pattée on the pediment has become an iconic architectural symbol of Thomasville.
National Register of Historic Places