Take a Peek Inside this Historic Pink Home in Marietta, Georgia
Built 175 years ago, the home's inviting pink exterior hints at the old-school glamour inside — and boy does this Kennesaw Avenue gem drip with glamour. Handsome lanterns, exposed brick walls, sculpted fountains and ornate fireplaces are only a few of the spectacular details you'll find on the property. The Greek Revival-style manse also boasts some fascinating history. Take, for instance the fact that the sprawling attic was once used for community dances (the stage is still there). Did we mention there used to be an underground tunnel from the basement used during the Civil War? Not surprisingly, this five-bedroom seven-bathroom prize is listed in the National Registry of Historic Homes. Scroll through for photos of this Southern stunner.
The Dining Room
Guest Bedroom Sitting Room
The Master Bathroom
Did We Mention the Pink Exterior?
Oh, how it makes us swoon.
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