Mahoney-McGarvey House, 1891, Brunswick

This is often cited as one of the finest examples of Carpenter Gothic architecture in Georgia.  It’s a wonderful house and has most recently served a retail purpose, though I wish Brunswick could move those power lines. It’s notoriously difficult to photograph. It was designed by New York architect J. A. Wood (1837-1910). He also designed Brunswick’s most famous lost landmark, the Oglethorpe Hotel, as well as Thomasville’s Piney Woods Hotel.

Brunswick Old Town Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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