Built in 1915, this beautiful example of Classical Revival architecture has graced the corner of Dawson Street for well over a century. This structure was commissioned by one of Thomasville’s prominent plantation owners to be the home of the Church of Christ, Scientist. Designed by noted architectural firm of Hubbell and Benes, based in Cleveland, Ohio, the building features striking details such at the ionic columns, Palladian windows, and locally milled brick, and moldings. In addition to the original sanctuary, another well designed structure was added to accommodate church offices and classrooms. Given the properties location within one of Thomasville’s most desirable historic districts and its close proximity to downtown Thomasville, this would be an excellent candidate for a residential conversion, gallery space, or other commercial applications. Situated on a prominent corner lot with an additional lot for parking or garden space, this is certainly one of Thomasville most unique historic redevelopment opportunities.
Circa 1915 Classical Revival Architecture
Commissioned by a Prominent Local Plantation Owner as the Church of Christ, Scientist
Designed by noted Cleveland Architect Hubbell and Benes
Located in the Dawson Street Historic District
Excellent Historic ReDevelopment Opportunity
Priced at $479,000