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Coleridge – South Augusta

Owner: Privately Owned, currently for sale History and Significance: When we think of wealthy northerners who came to Augusta in the early 20th century to build winter residences, the Summerville neighborhood was the location of a number of beautiful Coleridge · South Augusta cottages that financiers and industrialists built and called home to escape cold winters. …

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Former Augusta-Richmond County Public Library, listed 2011

Endangered: Former Augusta-Richmond County Public Library: 902 Greene Street, declared surplus property by Augusta-Richmond County, the structure was listed for sale.  It is unknown if any offers on the building will result the library’s adaptive reuse for continued downtown revitalization and development.

SOLD — 307 James Brown Boulevard

SOLD !! 307 James Brown Boulevard is a Second Empire style commercial town house built c. 1884.  The interior is suited for commercial use , single or multiple residential units.  The building features three and a half stories with approximately 5,000 square feet.  Flexible floor plans allow for modern amenities.  This town home is only …

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Upper Broad Street Houses, listed 2011

Addresses: 1429, 1427, 1425 Broad Street Owner: Individually, Privately owned History and Significance:  Threatened by the construction of the new St. Sebastian Way Extension, these three historic two-story houses were built c. 1900.  Currently vacant and open to the elements, these homes were built by the J. B. White company to serve as residences for …

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