Tour This Just-Listed Georgia Estate Modeled After Alexander Hamilton's Mansion
Here’s your chance to own one of South-Central Georgia’s most iconic properties.
Located just minutes from downtown Thomaston, WaterCrest is a 740-acre estate featuring the Hightower House, regarded as one of the last great country houses built in America in the classical tradition.
Modeled after Alexander Hamilton’s Hamilton Grange Mansion and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, no expense was spared in crafting this impressive 8,604-square-foot residence. Built by famed architect Philip Shutze in 1947, the home, which overlooks a beautiful 68-acre lake, was completely modernized in 2015. Intricate woodwork, soaring 12-foot-ceilings, and a spacious music room with black-and-white marble flooring are the stars of the main house. But the 2,460-square-foot Lake House, with its theater room, concession kitchen, outdoor firepit, and covered boat slip, is certainly a star in its own right. The whole package represents the best in luxe country living.
The property also includes a gym, bank vault, a gated brick entrance, two 800-square-foot guests houses, and acres of hunting ground. It’s currently listed by Jon Kohler & Associates for $5,020,000. Join us for a tour?