About This 1883 Abandoned House In Madison Georgia
A truly rare opportunity to own and restore one of Georgia’s architectural and historical treasures, The Foster-Thomason-Miller House in Madison is an excellent example of the American Aesthetic Movement with elements of Queen Anne, Italianate, & Gothic Revival styles. Built in 1883 and completely restored in 1986 it received the 1986 Georgia Trust State Preservation Award.
A treasure trove of detail, the interior elements include extensive and original wood carvings, 8 spectacular mantels, 14 ft ceilings, cabinetry, and numerous motifs and symbols of the Aesthetic Movement. Damaged by fire in 2001, the main building suffered primarily smoke and water damage and will require significant restoration work.
**Captivating Houses is NOT a real estate company, it is an opinion-based blog and does NOT represent any property or agency. This site should be used for informational and entertainment purposes only. It will not be held responsible or liable for it’s use and accuracy. If you are interested in a house, all information, including: price, status, neighborhood, condition, etc., must be independently verified. Contact the agent for information.**