Timeless, 1870 home

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“There is no necessity to seek for anything better than metallic brown, venetian red, or red oxide as a pigment, and pure linseed oil as the vehicle, as a suitable paint for tin roofs”

Engineer Review , March 1909

This 1870  home is located in the historic district of Guyton Georgia. A city rich in  history and on the route of “Shermans March to the Sea”.  To view other homes and to read more about this charming community  please visit: https://effinghammoves.com/2018/04/15/guyton-georgia-usa-tells-its-own-story/

 

 

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