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 foot ceilings, cabinetry, and numerous motifs & 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.