Fairview School | Greene County, Tennessee | c. 1914 Built in 1914, this old school was closed in the 1940s when rural schools were consoliated. The large ‘auditorium’ room has a make-shift, half basketball court for students to play inside on cold days. The school sits in a rolling pasture, adjacent to Fairview Cumberland Presbyterian…
The Estel Wyatt House | Alleghany County, North Carolina | c. 1900 This unique home in Western North Carolina is thought to have been built c. 1900 by Estel Wyatt, an architect and bachelor from the area. Estel was the oldest of four sons of Calvin J. Wyatt- a successful merchant and one of the…
Down a quiet dirt road in south Georgia are two old homes that hold within their walls the story of a family that stretches back to 1800.
This North Carolina farmhouse stood for more than 120 years before it was dismantled. Read its story here…
Built in 1902, this abandoned home holds the story of one woman who left quite an impact on her family and community.
If you’ve ever seen an old house on a lifted foundation and wondered why it was built that way, here is your answer!
This Mississippi house was once the home of the overseer on a large cotton plantation. Over the years, many rumors and legends have come to define this place. But the true story here is an important one.
The old Florida house survived Hurricane Michael, but continues to deteriorate with each season. I won’t be standing much longer so I took some time to research its stories.
This massive home started as a modest log cabin and was the first permanent structure in the village. Today, it sits empty and in danger of being demolished.
This historic home and tavern in North Carolina dates to 1804 and undoubtedly holds some fascinating tales. And although its been empty for years, it might have another chance if a willing preservationist steps up!