Sardis, Georgia

The two-story building houses the local Masonic lodge and other businesses. JEP writes: The bottom floor of this building, the corner was at one time the Bank of Sardis. Now it is the Sardis office for Shepperd Gas Company. The vault is still in the building and functions as storage. The far end of this building, first floor once served as a grocery store, a women’s clothing shop, and even a tire company. Now it’s home to a salon & flea market. Sadly, during mandated renovation/ city beautification the front steps to this old building were removed and destroyed. Replaced by a ramp. These are the steps many teens hung out on on weekend nights for nearly a century. They are missed.

This view shows more of the storefronts along Charles Perry Avenue.

4 thoughts on “Sardis, Georgia

  1. Allyson

    My dad is from Sardis used to go out there as a kid to my family home pick up pecans off the ground and camping out at the barn and riding my aunts horses last time i was there was for my dads funeral I miss it

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  2. Diane Moses

    Good Morning JEP,I am Diane Mutch Moses.I am the oldest daughter of Mrs.Beatrice Mutch Griffin.I am from Sardis, Ga.I lives in Savannah, Ga.I have been doing research about Sardis, Ga.Thanks for sharing info of your research about Sardis.( very interesting).The info you shared I didnot have.Please continue
    sharing info about Sardis, Ga.from your research.It is good to know history about our home town (Sardis. ) Again, Thank you.

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  3. jep

    The bottom floor of this building, the corner was at one time the Bank of Sardis. Now it is the Sardis office for Shepperd Gas Company. The vault is still in the building and functions as storage. The far end of this building, first floor once served as a grocery store, a women’s clothing shop, and even a tire company. Now it’s home to a salon & flea market. Sadly, during mandated renovation/ city beautification the front steps to this old building were removed and destroyed. Replaced by a ramp. These are the steps many teens hung out on on weekend nights for nearly a century. They are missed.

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