Pre-War Style

  • 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

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Rear

    Though the interior leaves a bit to be desired aesthetically, the home's exterior requires little noticeable work.    See the Image

  • LaGrange, Ga., Historic Fixer: Crystal Chandelier

    The formal dining room features a fireplace and a lovely crystal chandelier.    See the Image