Bar, Billiards Room, Butler's Pantry, Cable TV, Cathedral Ceiling, Ceiling Fan, Exercise Room, Garden, Golf Course, Library, Media/Game Room, Pool, Tennis Courts, Walk-In Closets.
Ceiling Fans, Central Air Conditioning, Dishwasher, Disposal, Double Oven, Kitchen Island, Microwave Oven, Refrigerator.
Air Conditioning, Audio-Video Wiring, Bar, Bar-Wet, Beam Ceilings, Blinds/Shades, Breakfast bar, Cathedral/Vaulted/Tray Ceiling, Cedar Closet, Ceiling Fans, Fitness, Furnished, Granite Counter Tops, Home Theater Equipment, Kitchen Island, Security System, Smoke Alarm, Walk-In Closet.
Art Studio, Exercise Room, Guest House Separate, Guest Room, Kitchen/Dining Combo, Library, Media Room, Wine Cellar.
Deck, Fencing, Outdoor Living Space, Patio, Sprinkler, Storage Shed, Tennis Court(s), Thermal Windows/Doors.
Scenic View, View.
The next owner of this majestic and historic property will be the second owner since the property was Homesteaded 178 years ago. The 4.72 +/- acre parcel is all that remains of a plantation which once amassed 5000 acres according to the most recognized Gwinnett History book. The Federal Georgian home is only minutes to I-85, golf, schools and shopping. Also, an original antebellum home is located on the property and is a plantation plain vernacular like the Tully Smith House on the grounds of the Atlanta Historical Museum downtown. The property also features two lighted tennis courts, a pool and much more. Looking at the original flora and four original buildings, one is instantly transported back in time. The flora includes an ancient apple orchard on the South side of the property, an original fig tree, a persimmon tree for horses, an Ash tree for fashioning the handle of tools, the progeny of English boxwoods adorns the north side of the new house, and numerous pecan and black walnut trees are sprinkled throughout. Many new magnolia trees and English boxwoods have been added to complement the original design scheme and to add to the level of privacy. Next to the original house is the General Store, within it is the original counter and shelving where business was conducted. Down the hill is a pole barn which as the word suggests, is made of non-dimensional Lumber. Basking in the charm of the Antebellum era, 1650 Sever road captures the essence of days past when guest gathered on the porches, strolled the grounds and admired their gardens. This historic and private oasis awaits the next steward to love and enjoy her.
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