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Metro Atlanta's Best "Painted Lady" Specimen

[The Parrott-Camp-Soucy House. Images via Zillow]

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For aficionados of Victorian architecture, there probably isn't a more titillating home on the metro Atlanta market than Newnan's Parrott-Camp-Soucy House. Consider it our own "Painted Lady." Although the core of the house dates to the 1840s, most of what's visible is the result of an 1880s remodel that obviously wasn't geared toward modesty. Beautiful original materials remain from the era: stained glass, a slate roof, and woodwork of cherry, birds eye maple, black walnut, and mahogany. $1,390,000 puts it at the upper end of a small town market, but hey, we're talking about a local landmark that's already been renovated. On the other hand, if you're not a fan of period wallpaper, there might be some work to be done.

· 155 Greenville Street, Newnan, GA 30263 [Zillow]