Terrace Inn, 1875, Union Point

Built by James Force Hart and named for the terraced land that separated the hotel from the tracks below, the Terrace Inn was a layover for the many passengers who changed trains in Union Point. It was also a popular resort for people from Savannah, Augusta and Charleston who came to the area to escape summer heat and mosquitoes. It was busy well into the 2oth century but is a private residence today.

Union Point Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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