Own a piece of Warthen, GA's history - The May-Turner House. This early 1900's Neo-Classical home is the Grande Dame of historical Warthen, GA and was the home to some of the original residents of Warthen, GA including Mrs. Bess Warthen-Turner herself. The town of Warthen was the very first settlement among Washington County which was awarded to veterans of the Revolutionary War in 1784 post war. With the town of Warthen sitting practically equidistant among Atlanta, Athens, Macon, Augusta, and Savannah, this is the quintessential location for anyone looking to own a remarkable get away home or even the person who wants to start a quaint "Bed 'n' Breakfast" for tourists traveling through the area. Hamburg State Park is a short 10 minute drive up the road - perfect for a picnic at the pond and seeing what fish you can catch. The home itself is full of original charm from the hand-engraved entrance door to the original heart of pine hardwood floors throughout and, not to mention, the oversized living and bedroom spaces. The first floor features 2 gas-burning double-sided fireplaces with their original mantles as well as a showstopper u-shaped staircase that's lined with custom banister posts, paneled balusters, and eye-catching scroll brackets. The 2nd floor would be ideal for an in-law or additional suite considering the secondary kitchen that was retrofitted for this level. With an expansive floorplan, an accommodating yard featuring 9 matured pecan trees and unparalleled historical features throughout, this home holds endless possibilities for the next owner to put their own spin on a true spectacle of Georgia history.