Thursday, December 31, 2009
Historic Chennault Plantation 1853 - Washington Georgia
OMG at $692k for a house where " the last know location of the Confederate Gold, it was here in May 1865 the gold vanished never to be found" -- wow. Of course it is listed as "as is" which means nail your checkbook to the door and keep shoveling the cash into your account. But still! "The home stands proud amid towering oaks with double galleries offering superb views of the gentle rolling countryside and the sounds of the whippoorwill. the main level consist of formal parlor, formal dinning, music room, guest bedroom wing with bath, keeping room, butlers pantry, detached country kitchen with Aga stove, wine cellar and sitting porch overlooking raised garden beds. There is a wide center hall up and down with double pine doors leading to the lower back screened porch. Upstairs are four spacious bedrooms with fireplaces and two paths. A total of eight(8) fireplaces grace the home. Recently renovated this is a True Treasure!"
Want more land and got some extra bucks? This is offered on 5 Acres with Possibility of Purchasing Additional acreage from adjoining property Up to 175 + Acres. Additional acres priced at $5,500/Ac.