Gabled-Wing Farmhouse, Toombs County

This house is as much a landmark as the nearby grocery store in the Five Points community. It’s a good example of the gabled-wing form, which is often an evolution of a central hallway form. In most cases, it’s presumed that these structures incorporate a formerly detached kitchen via an enclosed hallway. They can be found throughout the state.

2 thoughts on “Gabled-Wing Farmhouse, Toombs County

  1. lben dooley

    Beautiful winter time view of what is the quintessential Georgia country home of a prosperous early 20th century farmer.

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  2. Jessie Souther

    This house Reminds me of my husband’s parents and grandparents house. Did not have a enclosed hall until they built on to it. Had to go out on porch to get to the kitchen It’s in Lumpkin County Ga.

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