The epitome of southern charm, this impressive c.1897 Eastlake Victorian beauty has been extensively and meticulously restored to its former elegance and character. Surround yourself in history while enjoying the modern comforts of today. This home boasts a wraparound porch and circular drive that wow from the very start. Relish the look and feel of Historic Monroe while sitting on the front porch and gazing at the recently installed state-of-the-art community playground. The grand formal foyer, breathtaking hand-carved staircase and Victorian-era details usher you into rooms that are bright and spacious offering soaring ceilings, huge windows, beautiful wood floors, elegant moldings, stained glass, transom windows and six stunning, ornamental fireplaces. Modern conveniences include updated bathrooms and European-style kitchen while in keeping with the house’s original historic charm. The dining room is large enough for a table of grand size and also offers a gorgeous built-in lighted china cabinet. If enjoying the outdoors on the wraparound porch isn’t enough, you can be one with nature from the comfort of the screened in porch or enjoy the large fenced back yard with lots of space for entertaining or relaxing around the fire pit. Just to name a few, restorations include updated electric, updated plumbing, restored floors, push button switches, and two sets of restored and re-tracked grandiose pocket doors. This home has been on the Monroe Christmas Tour of Homes. Walton historical registry marker on the front door. New Roof 2016.
The house was built in 1897 by James Monroe Adams. The owner has done extensive research on the house and family during the remodel including at the Georgia archives. Historical documents, pictures, as well as a copy of the journal of James Monroe Adams will be left with the house.
Updated on May 4, 2021 at 8:23 pm