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With a purported $30Million invested over its lifetime and cameos in films, The Oak House is ready for a new chapter.

The Oak House, 617 Dixie Avenue, Madison, GA


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Privately gated, the extraordinary Colonial Revival 2.13-acre estate simply known as The Oak House is only an hour away from Atlanta, yet worlds apart. In a city known for its grand architecture and historic residences overlooking oak-lined streets, The Oak House is the epitome of old Southern architecture.

Beyond the beautiful grounds, a 3-story high grand reception area and soaring stained-glass dome skylight make a sublime first impression. The 21,000-square-foot house comprises nine bedrooms, eleven full baths, and four half-bathrooms. Superb historical details abound, such as carved white marble fireplaces, gold leaf ceilings, custom chandeliers, semi-precious stones in bathroom fixtures, and original waxed pine paneling.

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Modern conveniences include the 28-guest dining room ideal for entertaining, an expansive pool, caterer's kitchen, walk-in cooler, an exercise room with hand-painted walls, laundry/dry cleaning room, six enclosed garages, formal boxwood gardens, and more. Beyond description is a dedicated space with a fantastical train assemblage featuring thousands of figures, vehicles, rail lines, tunnels, bridges, and scenery depicting famous towns from the east to the west coast.

Built-in the 1890s and renovated in the 1990s with a purported $30Million invested in the property during its lifetime. The house has been rented and featured in three films, receiving $250K from one production alone. There is also an opportunity to acquire the horse stables and adjacent land.

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Established in 1809, Madison is home to Georgia's largest and oldest historic districts. Praised as one of the "The South's Prettiest Towns," Madison's landmark preservation efforts allow you to bask in Southern architecture's glory, from Greek Rivals to Victorians. In a place filled with such charm, The Oak House is among the best of the best, showcasing an opulent era of wealth and hospitality.

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The Oak House, 617 Dixie Avenue, Madison, Georgia, is offered at $2,950,000.

For more information and a private showing, please contact:

Carol Cahill

Harry Norman Realtors

T: +1 404 918 8438

T: +1 404 250 6060


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