Circa 1857 Reid Bailey House
Historic estate with modern edge, steps away from downtown Thomasville
Sleek interior highlights historic details all throughout the home
Ancient live oaks line the walkway to the front door
5100 sq. ft. with 5 bedrooms and 4 baths
Original columns, doors, custom crown molding and more
Updated kitchen with farmhouse sink, Viking appliances and exposed shelving
Striking living room in heart of the home, with navy lacquered walls, bookshelves and bar nook
Guest suite downstairs, Master suite upstairs, additional bedrooms with individual baths
Private courtyard with sitting areas and fire pit
Recent mudroom conversion and laundry room conversion
Office space adjacent to main part of the home
Offered at $695,000
Ben W. McCollummccollum@wrightbroker.com
The Reid Bailey house is one of Thomasville’s most significant homes, due to its visually grand stature and close proximity to historic downtown. The home has antebellum roots dating back to 1857, and underwent its first restoration during Thomasville’s resort era in the late 1800s. The Greek Revival architecture frame has been maintained through the decades, and much of the original footprint is intact.
Recently, the home underwent a full restoration, bringing it to the twenty-first century with a modern twist. It follows a current trend of historic homes with modern interiors, with all contemporary accents applying to codes and highlighting the integrity of the home simultaneously. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call our office. The Reid Bailey home is offered at $695,000.