756 Green St NE, Gainesville, Georgia 30501$1,100,000 (Sold At) $975,000
Prominently positioned in the Green Street Historic District of Gainesville and on the National Register of Historic Places, the Miller-Banks House enchants. Built in 1912 in the Greek Revival-style, which was popularized in the 19th century, this Gainesville landmark evokes the feeling of a bygone era where craftsmanship reigned and grand entertaining rooms were needed for elegant soirées. Boasting incredible curb appeal with a sweeping front lawn, two-story fluted Ionic columns, wide double front porches, dentil molding below the cornice and a porte cochère, this stately southern home beckons. Despite its most recent use as a commercial office space, the home’s character remains intact with beautiful pocket doors, transom windows with elongated, diagonal muntins, handsome fireplaces, period light fixtures and oversized millwork and moldings. An incredibly preserved daylight lower level impresses with original built-in cabinetry, a large masonry fireplace, an arched storybook-inspired door and exposed brick
walls. Additional details include high-end Brazilian cherry hardwood floors throughout, a well-preserved original staircase, original six-panel doors, a sunroom and a detached two-car garage.
Adjacent to the Gainesville Civic Center and across from the First Baptist Church, the property’s location is minutes from Downtown
Gainesville and Lake Lanier. Truly a Gainesville landmark, steeped in history and nestled within a captivating and desirable setting, this beguiling southern home serves as a reminder of a time when life moved a little slower. Whether for use as an office or a home, the Miller-Banks House awaits its new owner and next chapter.
Property Type Commercial
Property Status: Sold
756 Green St NE, Gainesville, Georgia 30501
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