Abercrombie-Rosser-Hood House, Circa 1818, Eatonton

Moved from a nearby location in 1858, this is one of Eatonton’s earliest surviving houses. A simple frame structure reminiscent of the Plantation Plain style, its elevation, chimneys, and eave returns give it a more Federal appearance. The thin Victorian porch posts are obviously a later addition.

Eatonton Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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