The Chapman-Kincaid-Hunt House is a beautiful example of a Beaux Arts Greek Revival home. Built in 1854 in downtown Griffin, this home was relocated in 1978 to North Pine Hill Road where it was painstakingly restored. The property, which is one of Griffin’s most iconic homes, maintains its historic charm and includes modernized systems. At 6126 square feet, the home features a main level owners’ suite as well as a second owners’ suite and 3 additional bedrooms on the second level, with one of these presently being used as a library/family room. The home includes two fireplaces, beautiful millwork throughout, and original hardwood floors in several rooms on both levels. The spacious living room, banquet-sized dining room, and the wrap-around porch make this home ideal for entertaining. Situated on just over 8 acres of landscaped grounds, the property includes an in-ground pool, fruit trees, grape arbor, blueberry bushes, lovely outdoor nooks, and it overlooks the third hole of the Shoal Creek Golf Course
The home includes a formal front staircase as well as a back staircase with stair lift. Eleven foot ceilings and large rooms add to the spacious and serene feel of this unique home which is located ten minutes to downtown Griffin, restaurants, and health care facilities; 30 minutes to Trilith Studios; and just 45 minutes to Hartsfield-Jackson Airport and the amenities of Atlanta. For more information call Connie Carlson at 678-488-9646 or Cassidy Orange at 678-629-8949
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Updated on October 15, 2021 at 8:16 pm