Farmhouse Style

  • Bettencourt House

    It's the oddest offer, and it's only on the table until Sept. 30: If you would like one of three historic, unique houses dating from the 19th century, the East Bay Regional Park District would be…   Read the Article

  • The Moore-Lewis House, Sparta, Ga.

    Pick any of Georgia’s many back roads and you’re bound to find abandoned and dilapidated farmhouses left to rot for any number of reasons. Historic antebellum mansions and vital Greek Revival…   Read the Article

  • Housworth-Moseley House, After

    Located in Lithonia, Ga., this home was spared demolition after it was deemed acceptable for the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation's Endangered Properties Revolving Fund.   See the Gallery

  • Housworth-Moseley House, Front Porch

    The new owners restored the historic farmhouse and have plans for a farm on the surrounding acreage.    See the Image

  • Housworth-Moseley House, New Fence

    Located in the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area of Lithonia, the historic home sits on 7.5 acres just 20 minutes from Atlanta.    See the Image

  • Housworth-Moseley House, Exterior Before

    This piece of Georgia history faced the wrecking ball until the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation stepped in and helped find a new owner.    See the Image

  • Housworth-Moseley House, Exterior Damage

    Before the Georgia Trust considers taking on a property they carefully assess not only its historic significance but its marketability as well.    See the Image

  • Housworth-Moseley House, After

    The Georgia Trust retained a conservation easement in order to protect the house and the land from inappropriate development in perpetuity.     See the Image

  • Smith-Turner House, Lexington, Ga.

    This house was built in 1798 and is available through the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation's Endangered Properties program for $65,000.    See the Image

  • Cherry Cottage, Wilkes County, Ga.

    Cherry Cottage is rumored to be the combination of two 18th-century homes and is available through the Trust's Endangered Properties program for $130,000.   See the Image