1887 Burke Mansion Sells for $1M in Macon, Georgia
SOLD | Built 1887 | 10,500 Sq. Ft. | 10 Beds | 10 Baths | 0.33 Acres
1085 Georgia Avenue, Macon, Georgia, United States, 31201
Perched on a hill in Macon, Georgia, the Burke Mansion Bed & Breakfast, originally built in 1887 for Thomas C. Burke and expanded in 1905 by prominent architect Neel Reid has sold for $1 million. The 10,500 square foot Queen Anne Victorian is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and includes original period details such as columns, hardwoods, mouldings and a grand staircase. The 10 room luxury property with potential of 14 rooms, was offered as a turnkey operation in the heart of the historic district. The Inn features 6 exquisitely appointed suites in the main house, a den easily converted to a 7th en-suite bedroom on the main floor, and a two-storey carriage house, completely renovated in 2013 with a Viking Kitchen and 3 bedrooms. The upper level of the main house has future potential with 4,400 square feet and the possibility of owner’s quarters, a home theatre or an additional 4 bedrooms with rooftop access. The Burke Mansion exhibits the very finest interior details of classical Georgian style, restrained and elegant. The Burke Mansion was on the market for $1.2 million with B&B Consulting & Berkshire Hathaway. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.