Nestled among 3.2 acres of magnolia, pecan, and other hardwood trees, some over 100 years old, history has come to life! The original structure may have been built prior to 1891, but it was in 1891 that this home, with sunrooms, porches, and fireplaces, became the massive structure it is now. This homeplace has been lovingly remodeled to maintain its historical integrity. Throughout the home, windows, lights, doors, hardware, mirrors, etc. where possible have been restored/repurposed/reused. From the front portico, enter the arched double doors into a hall that seems to speak of gracious living. Rooms on either side of this front hall can be used however needed. Moving into the house across original oak floors, there is a downstairs owners’ suite with full bathroom and its own porch. Then enter a room with a double-sided fireplace which could be used as a den or flex space. The kitchen has been remodeled to meet the needs of every modern homeowner with plenty of white cabinets, butcher block counters and island. The laundry room off the kitchen is spacious and bright. The roof is only 3 years old! The HVAC system was installed in March 2022! There are two full bathrooms on the main level. Going upstairs, there are three rooms, a second owners’ suite, an open porch, a sun porch, and a deck landing which will take the user down to enjoy the shaded lawn. Beside the house there is a greenhouse which still holds ferns from previous years. The new homeowner will appreciate modern plumbing every time he or she enters the side door and passes the old well pump! Within easy walking distance of the house, the new owner will also admire the original workshop and storage building which has since been added onto with two garage bays, and a third on the back side. In 1891, when the town of Lyerly was incorporated, this grand property had a view to the Chattooga River. In 1919, Lyerly Dam was constructed to bring hydroelectric power to Chattooga county. Today, the new owner can take a short walk down the street and launch kayaks or fish on the Chattooga River. This lovely property is your chance to own a piece of history!