Parrott is one of the most beautiful small towns in South Georgia. Perhaps the most distinctive feature of the historic district is the unusually large number of Queen Anne style Victorian houses, which range from simple to ornate in design. These were built around the turn of the last century, at the height of Parrott’s economic prominence. Most small towns boast a few examples, but when you consider the population of Parrott is around 150, it’s quite extraordinary. I hope to identify these soon, and will add names when I get them.
Dennis Cormack, the owner of this house, writes: This home was built in 1900 by one of the Cook brothers. The A on the house is for the Adams family who I purchased it from.
The house with the green gates on the front porch belongs to Dr. Alan and Mr. Archer Seely-Wilson. The house was built in 1890 for Dr. John T. Arnold. It was purchased in 1997 by Dr. Alan Wilson and Archer L Seely, who are still the owners
Parrott Historic District, National Register of Historic Places