Built to Withstand Time

Custom designed by noted architect William T. Baker, the exterior facade is modeled after am 1808 Georgia farmhouse, with a brick center-section featuring air porches on both levels.  The clapboard wings have mahogany siding to compliment the center section and are rot and insect resistant.  The home has a new roof of cedar shake shingles.  The private lot is gently rolling terrain with numerous hardwood trees and some pines.  A gracious winding driveway leads to the landscaped grounds around the home, which have several parking areas for guests.  An extensive irrigation system helps to maintain the professional landscaping.


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