Georgia Mansion Relocated During The Civil War Listed For $1.5M

Originally built in 1840 on a plantation outside Macon, Georgia, the home was moved in 1864, "seventeen miles away by ox cart" to it's current location, reports Curbed.

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Originally built in 1840 on Devil's Half Acre, a plantation outside Macon, Georgia, this home was moved in 1864, "seventeen miles away by ox cart" to it's current location in Monticello, reports Curbed. Click through to see photos of everything this historic home has to offer.
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The inviting foyer is surrounded by elegant family and living rooms.
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The rectangle-shaped kitchen offers plenty of space around the center cooking island.
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One of the sitting rooms features gorgeous white coffered ceilings.
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A parlor is fitted with an elaborate fireplace.
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The home boasts five bedrooms.
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One of the home's six bathrooms.
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The basement provides an optimum place for a billiards table.
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One of the most plantation-y features is the home's wraparound porch.
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A gorgeous custom designed six-stall barn sits on the rear of the property.
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This is the perfect home for anyone who loves to ride.
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Behind the barn lies forty acres of pastures.
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The pool deck is an excellent place to take in the Georgia sunshine.
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Fifty minutes from Atlanta, Georgia, the home is listed on the National Registry Of Historic Places.
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