Traditional Style

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Exterior

    Newnan, a sleepy little town roughly 35 miles south of Atlanta, is about to get a jolting wake-up call. Not only is the spot chock full of historic architectural treasures dating back to the Civil…   Read the Article

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Exterior

    Originally built in 1914 for Edwin Marcus Cole and Mattie Tate Cole, the structure incorporates elements reminiscent of both owners’ roots: the intricate millwork of R.D. Cole Company and marble…   See the Gallery

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Veranda

    This veranda or sleeping porch features one-of-a-kind marble columns and posts as well as imported floor tiles.    See the Image

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Stair Details

    Visitors are greeted with a grand staircase that has all the original hand-carved details and a resting bench.    See the Image

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Door Details

    This stunning side door features the home's original leaded and stained glass details.    See the Image

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Formal Dining

    This large room is located just off the entrance and can be used as a formal dining area or a parlor.    See the Image

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Kitchen

    The kitchen underwent a painstaking renovation with the intent of reflecting the home's historic charm.    See the Image

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Pie Warmer

    The kitchen's unique pie warmer was kept in tact though the kitchen was entirely renovated.    See the Image

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Parlor

    Located at the rear of the home, this parlor features a fireplace, built-ins and access to the outdoor rotunda.    See the Image

  • Georgia Historic Stunner, Entrance

    The grand entrance features a double wide hallway flanked by two large parlors and stately columns.    See the Image