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6 Cool Homes That Weren't Burned by Sherman

Carrie Qualters

If you're in the North Atlanta area on a weekday, odds are you may find Carrie camped out at a local coffee shop...

If you're in the North Atlanta area on a weekday, odds are you may find Carrie camped out at a local coffee shop...

Jan 24 2 minutes read

In 1864, General Sherman carried out his historic March to the Sea, destroying just about everything on his path including much of Atlanta.

I've always lamented Atlanta's relative lack of historic architecture compared to some of our other east coast cities and have always been a little envious of Savannah which was spared as a Christmas gift to President Lincoln.

However, some areas of town, buildings and homes survived the flames and still stand today. And you can nab some that are on the market for sale today


[mls:5388818] 581 Kennesaw Avenue, Marietta, GA 30060

[mls:5225566] 473 Cherokee Street NE, Marietta, GA 30060[mls:5561641] 109 Goulding Place, Roswell, GA 30075



[mls:5564436] 1450 W Wesley Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30327

[mls:5517894] 2535 Hopewell Road, Alpharetta, GA 30004


[mls:5509571] 6949 Main Street, Lithonia, GA 30058



[mls:5536096] 549 Atwood Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

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