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Margaretta Hall

248 Reynolds Bend Road, SE, Rome, , 30161 , , , Property Website Dated Posted: May 29, 2017

$699,900

SteveRogers70

Steve Rogers

Crye-Leike

steve.rogers@cyre-leike.com

o: 770-607-2801

m: 470-315-0111

Circa 1840

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About This Old House

This elegant southern charmer will take you back in time as you enjoy the beautiful landscape and views that it has to offer. Built by J.J. Skinner circa-1840, this Greek Revival Plantation will make you feel like you are reliving history. Margaretta Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places due to its rich Civil War History. The front of this stately home is lined with 170 year old boxwoods leading to the original Doric columns. A large second balcony overlooks the splendid grounds. The grounds feature mature and rare trees, including a rare over 2 story tall Monkey Puzzle tree. The 8.2 acre property offers a 6 car garage with an office, large pole barn, log 1 bedroom guesthouse, 20×50 gunite pool, original servant’s quarters, well house and several other outbuildings. This 3,472 square foot home features 5 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths, finished basement and storm cellar. It has been restored to its original beauty. Convenient to both Rome and Cartersville, this gem is nestled in the hills of Floyd County and very close to the beautiful Barnsley Gardens Resort and Kingston Downs. Margaretta Hall would be perfect for use as a wedding venue, bed and breakfast or an elegant private residence.

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