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  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Columns

    LaGrange, Ga., is a small historic town located about an hour southwest of Atlanta. The city was incorporated in 1828 and was originally named for the French country estate of the Marquis de…   Read the Article

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Exterior

    Located in LaGrange about 60 miles southwest of Atlanta, renovated homes similar to this Greek Revival are priced significantly higher.   See the Gallery

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Side View

    The historic home was spared in the Civil War thanks in part to a women's auxiliary group called the Nancy Harts.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Exterior

    The historic home's exterior features Ionic columns across wide porticos.   See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Columns

    A classic example of Greek Revival architecture, President Rutherford B. Hayes and Jefferson Davis were rumored guests in this area of LaGrange.   See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Entry

    Even though the home's decor is rather dated, the double doors, original crown molding and hardwood floors are all in great shape.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Upstairs Bedroom

    We're hoping that the original hardwood floors remain undamaged underneath the wall-to-wall carpet.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Windows

    The large windows flood the home with plenty of natural light.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Chimneys

    The home boasts five fireplaces and a cantilevered balcony on the facade.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Carport

    The home not only has this covered carport but a garage and parking pad as well.    See the Image