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Status of Endangered Properties

Court of Ordinary Building, c. 1860 »

SAVED!!  Historic Augusta is pleased that the revised site plan for the new IT building will no longer include the total demolition of the Court of Ordinary building. Only the northern additions will be removed, leaving the main building intact. … Read more

2019 – 220 Greene Street »

220 Greene Street Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: This large house located in the Olde Town neighborhood has suffered from deferred maintenance over the years. While it retains its historical integrity, those features can quickly deteriorate and the overall condition … Read more

Jessamine Hill, listed 2009 »

Endangered:  Jessamine Hill:  3101 Richmond Hill Road, the antebellum home secluded on the grounds of the Green Meadows Golf Course remains  vacant.

2019 – Squeaky’s Tip Top, 2570 Central Avenue »

Squeaky’s Tip Top 2570 Central Avenue Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: The building is vacant and suffers from deferred maintenance. Location along a significant gateway corridor may leave it vulnerable to development pressures along Central Avenue. Some History: Arguably a … Read more

Rev. C. T. Walker House, 1011 Laney-Walker Blvd., listed 2009 »

SAVED!/PROGRESS: Historic Augusta purchased the nationally significant Rev. Charles T. Walker House through our revolving fund in November 2016 and has been working to stabilize the property and begin rehabilitation.  Historic Augusta received a grant from the Johanna Favrot Fund of … Read more

2019 – McNatt-Green-Burdell House »

McNatt-Green-Burdell House Bath Community near Blythe, South Richmond County Owner: Privately Owned The Threat: This historic resource is secluded in South Augusta on private property. While the family members maintain the property, the overall plan for preservation, rehabilitation, and interpretation … Read more

916 Greene Street, listed 2009 »

IMMINENTLY THREATENED: 916 Greene Street, though currently secure, years of being used by vagrants has left the interior of the historic home in an unknown condition.  The current owners have no proposals for use of the building or rehabilitation.

2021-“Cloister Garth” Thomas-Clay House, 933 Milledge Road »

Built in 1893 by Landon Addison Thomas Jr. and his wife, Minnie Fleming Thomas, the Thomas-Clay house is one of the cannot miss homes in the Summerville Historic District. Mrs. Thomas named the home “Cloister Garth” because of its gardens. … Read more

901 Reynolds Street, listed 2009 »

UPDATE:  901 Reynolds Street:  Augusta’s Trade, Exhibit, and Event center is scheduled to open in January 2013 and the historic cotton warehouse has been incorporated into the modern construction, preserving the building’s façade and presence on the corner of James … Read more

2021-Old Medical College, 598 Telfair »

  The iconic 1835 building is a National Historic Landmark, the highest designation accorded by the U.S. Department of the Interior. Its Doric columns and domed exterior make it hard to miss. Originally, the building was home to the medical … Read more