MARIETTA, GA — Built in 1838, this week’s "WOW!" House for Cobb County is one of the region’s oldest historical buildings.
Just a short walk from Marietta Square, Oakton House is listed on the National Historic Registry and the sellers are hoping it will end up in the hands of someone who wants to maintain its integrity. It features award-winning gardens and grounds, with two dining rooms, a grand parlor and seven working fireplaces.
It also has a large front porch and a pool and pool house. As the sellers say, this is "a once in a lifetime chance to own a piece of history." Oakton House is on the market now for $2,499,900.
Price: $2,499,900 Square Feet: Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4 Full and 1 Half Baths Built: 1838 Features: This iconic Georgia home is one of the finest & oldest historical homes inthe state. Oakton House has all the charm of the south & was built in 1838, located in downtown Marietta, just a short walk from the square. This homeis on the National Historic Registry with award winning gardens & grounds. Home boasts a gourmet kit, a grand parlor, 2 dining rooms, 7 working fireplaces & a master on the main. This home has been meticulously maintained from it’s large front porch to it’s beautiful pool & pool house. This is a once in a lifetime chance to own a piece of history.
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