The Charm House, 1907, Clarkesville

W. R. Asbury built this home and named it Oak Heights. Later it served as the Clarkesville hospital and was a boarding house known as the Charm House, hence its present designation. It has also been home to a bed and breakfast and a restaurant. It’s a grand Neoclassical house and sits back from Washington Street on a beautifully manicured lot.

Washington-Jefferson Street Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

4 thoughts on “The Charm House, 1907, Clarkesville

  1. J. Logan Nicholson

    A little over 20 years ago, I stayed at the Charm House, Mary and her husband were the owners or care-takers of the place and ran it as a B&B. I loved the place then. Like another – and forgotten – world.
    Logan Nicholson


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