Reminiscent of the elegant rowhouses in Savannah, Abercorn Place marks Southern Living’s first foray into urban living.

This handsome brownstone displays all the presence of an 1800’s Federal townhouse, complete with a stucco-over-masonry ground level scored to resemble rusticated limestone blocks, and a raised, classically detailed entry way of cast stone. There’s even a rooftop terrace level that affords wonderful views. Because it’s built on a corner lot, it features a tranquil courtyard complete with a potting shed and cabana building.

Open for public touring June 12, 2010 - December 12, 2010
Wednesday - Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed: Monday and Tuesday
Admission: $10 at the door

Directions:
From Atlanta, take I-85 South to Exit #61. Turn left onto GA Hwy 74S and continue 16.6 miles. Next, turn right onto Rockaway Rd and go 3 miles to downtown Senoia. Local signs will assist you once you reach Senoia.

From Macon, take I-75 North to Exit #205. Turn left onto GA Hwy 16W and continue 29.3 miles. Next, turn right onto Broad St. to downtown Senoia. Local signs will assist you once you reach Senoia.

From La Grange, take I-85 North to Exit #41. Turn left onto GA Hwy 29N, go .5 miles, and turn right onto GA Hwy 16E; continue 14.7 miles. Then, turn left onto Broad St. to downtown Senoia. Local signs will assist you once you reach Senoia.

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