Tones of history behind this Queen Anne Victorian dream home situated in Bainbridge, Georgia. The original construction of this house was burnt, but then the German Henry Ehrlich in 1898 built this George Franklin Barber house which in 1940 was used as a boarding house and years after as apartments. In 2020 a new slate roof was placed. An interesting piece of information says that this was the first electrically wired house in Bainbridge with a telephone. Now all the electrical installation and plumbing is updated. A lot with 0.80 acres.
Let’s take a tour of the interior. Five bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a total livable area of 5,590 sq ft. Its skeleton is made of balloon frame construction with 6 inch thick walls and floors. Front door, many doors inside (double doors with rose colored glass lights), and some of the nine fireplaces are all original. Heart pine floors, wide baseboard, original pocket doors, 7 foot high curved original windows in the dining area, leaded glass, crown moulding, chair rail. A kitchen with pantry, island, original marble counters.
The exterior siding is cypress. There are many outbuildings including an electrically wired workshop with a bathroom. It can be used as an additional place to stay. Also one more workshop with electrical installation. Little greenhouse and storage barn.
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