Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia

Historic Homes

  • Richardson-Lumsden House

    circa 1832

  • Starlight

    circa 1830

    Starlight (rebuilt after fire). Richard and Jimmie Tinius. In the 1950s Richard's mother operated a summer camp at Starlight. Learn more...

  • Stovall House

    circa 1837

    Lamar-Stoval-Walter House. Stovall House was built in 1837 by Moses Harshaw, reputed to be the meanest man that ever lived. In 1893, the house was purchased by William I. Stovall.

  • Hardman House

    circa 1870

    Nichols-Hunnicut-Hardman House and Farm. Built by Captain J. H. Nichols, a Confederate veteran, the grounds include a greenhouse, game room, spring house, detached kitchen, smokehouse, carriage house, dairy barn, horse barn, corn crib mule gear storage, tenant house, and other structures. Learn more...

  • Tucker House

    circa 1872

    Glen-Kenimer-Tucker House. An ancient Indian ceremonial ground lies across Highway 17 from Lib Tucker's House. Learn more...

  • Crittenden House

    circa 1890

    Lumsden-Marsh-Crittenden House. Built for Jessie Richardson Lumsden and his wife, Lusanna Nacoochee Williams, granddaughter of Major Edward Williams, one of the first settlers of the Sautee Valley.

  • Nora Mill

    historic commercial buildings

    Nacoochee Valley is rich in historic commercial buildings. Learn more...

  • Sautee Inn

    circa 1900

    Alley House (Sautee Inn). Replaced earlier Green Hotel, built about 1872, burned 1898. Learn more...