Lovingly restored by its current owners, the 1887 Trammell House is a Queen Anne treasure within the highly coveted City of Marietta Historic District. This cherished property is a tasteful blend of meticulously preserved historical features and updated amenities for today’s lifestyle. Situated in the heart of the historic district, it’s a short stroll to Henry Park, Marietta Square, Glover Park, shopping, local dining, and everything this Gem City offers.
The Trammell House carries a historical account of its original owner, Col. Leander Newton Trammell, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Recognized for its impeccable restoration, it has received awards from The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation and Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society. The property is featured in the book, Marietta, The Gem City of Georgia: A Celebration of Its Homes, A Portrait of Its People.
With exquisite proportions and light-filled rooms, this exceptional residence features 8 original fireplaces and mantels, each restored with gas connections, original millwork, doors, windows, transoms, heart pine floors, 4 chimneys, and intricate details throughout, accentuated by 12’ ceilings on the main level and 11’ on the upper level.
The home features 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths with a gracious entry into a spacious central hall flanked by a living room and dining room on one side and a library with floor-to-ceiling custom bookshelves and a casual den on the other.
The kitchen showcases custom-built cabinetry, under cabinet lighting, an island topped with Alabama White marble, abundant pantry storage, a built-in banquette with five-drawer bench storage, custom hood, GE Monogram built-in refrigerator, wall oven and microwave, farmhouse sink, and Absolute Black granite countertops. The restored Roper gas range was installed in the home in 1949 and seamlessly blends vintage charm with modern luxury. The butler’s pantry features custom-built cabinets with under cabinet lighting, a second dishwasher, beverage refrigerator, and a Bosch washer and dryer.
The upper level houses a large central hall and a luxurious primary suite, along with three generously sized secondary bedrooms. The primary suite showcases a bath with Waterworks sinks and fixtures, a restored clawfoot tub with nickel plated feet, a marble and tile shower with frameless glass enclosure, and storage closets with custom shelving and cabinetry.
Additional upper-level features include a new guest bath with marble and tile shower and built-in vanity with marble top. An additional bath is located off the stair landing. Custom storage and cabinetry drawers are located between the secondary bedrooms. A pull-down attic staircase leads to a spacious storage area that can be converted into extra living space if desired.
The property also includes an in-law or au-pair suite with its own entrance and porch, living room, kitchen, bedroom, full bath with clawfoot tub, and separate meters for gas and electricity.
A custom-built carriage house with cedar board and batten siding is currently set up as a workshop with an upper-level flex space. It is complete with 200-amp electric service, spray foam insulation, 2 mini-split HVAC units, 2×6 walls, restored vintage windows with custom-built storm windows, and 12’ parking pads on each side.
The outdoor space is a lush half-acre haven landscaped with mature trees and shrubs, along with well-planned hardscapes. The original marble carriage step remains on the property. Outdoor living areas include a wrap-around front porch, side porch, back porch, screened porch off the in-law suite, and an upper level balcony.
Additional upgrades to the home include 200-amp wiring, plumbing, three separately zoned HVAC systems, hardwired security system with smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, new exterior paint (2023), and new first floor furnace (2023).
A splendid mix of old and new all within the City of Marietta’s historic district. Here is your chance to live in a piece of history!
Updated on May 26, 2023 at 5:07 pm