1836 Colonial Revival Asks $2.99M in Madison, Georgia
$2,995,000 | Built 1836 | 21,000 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 8.5+ Baths | 2.13 Acres
617 Dixie Ave, Madison, GA 30650
Set on 2.13 acres, this 21,000 square foot Colonial Revival, known as Oak House, is on the market for $2.99 million in Madison, Georgia. Listing details: With a purported $30 million + invested over time, this is a once in a lifetime find. Ask about optional horse stables and adjacent land. Oak House excites the senses from the 3 story high grand reception area to the soaring stained glass dome filtering light from the sky. Beauty and charm mark this Colonial Revival, ca 1835, with carved white marble fireplaces, gold leaf ceiling, custom chandeliers, and semi-precious stones in bathroom fixtures. Original waxed pine paneling, dining room for 28 guests, chef designed kitchen, walk-in cooler, artist painted walls throughout along with a complete gym, laundry/dry cleaning room, five enclosed garages, pool with adjacent two bedroom house and formal boxwood gardens and more. Beyond description is a fantastical train assemblage with thousands of figures, vehicles, rail lines, tunnels, bridges and scenery depicting famous towns from the east to the west coast. Madison, 55 miles from Atlanta, is noted for its grand antebellum structures reminiscent of an opulent era showcasing wealth and hospitality. The Oak House is on the market for $2.99 million with Carol Cahill of Harry Norman Real Estate Group, LLC. Photography by Daniel Dahlstrom, Creative Initiative.