Listed on the National Historic Register, this dramatic Victorian is one of the oldest homes in Washington, Georgia. The grand home sits atop a former grove of Cedars on 6 rolling acres in historic downtown Washington with generous plants, shrubs, nut trees and open lawn. The home includes five large bedrooms, each with a fireplace. The master on the main connects to the library and shares an open fireplace between the rooms. The grand dining room and parlor combine to form a ballroom-sized space with windows as tall as doors connecting to the wrap around front porch. The foyer and hallways upstairs and down are large and spacious. The room was host to many formal events in Washington's past. The home has 12 foot ceilings downstairs and upstair. A 14' wide wrap around porch encircles the front of the home. Original wide, heart pine flooring throughout. Three gas heat and air-condition systems are zoned for separate areas of the home. This home is a masterpiece of old work construction and craftsmanship. Location and generous land make this a wonderful estate with potential for entertaining or providing guests with wonderful experiences of the South. The home is steeped in history, sitting within the block of the location of the last meeting of the Confederate Cabinet in 1865. Easy 40 minute commute to Athens. House will need some exterior maintenance for partial facia and exterior trim replacement. Owner is a Licensed Real Estate Agent in the State of Georgia.