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Ware-Lyndon House, Athens

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The Ware–Lyndon House is a historic house located at 211 Hoyt Street in Athens, Georgia, at the end of Jackson Street. Built circa 1850, the house is two stories and exhibits an Italianate style. Edward R. Ware, its original owner, sold the property to Edward S. Lyndon in 1880. In 1939, the city of Athens purchased the home and a major restoration was made in 1960. In 1976, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the only surviving structure from the Lickskillet neighborhood of Athens, one of the most fashionable districts of its time.

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  • There's more to Athens than UGA football. Restored by Athens-Clarke County in collaboration with local preservationists, the Ware-Lyndon House is not only a wonderful restoration of one of the...  more »
  • Very accurately restored home of a prominent Athens family home mid 1800. Rooms are beautiful decorated with period and historical furnishing. Take note of the faux finishing in the dining room and.....  more »
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  • We are a homeschool family and this was a great field trip to show our children how people lived years ago.

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