Magnolia Mornings

1038 Speir Street, Bartow, Georgia 30413 USA

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“Built before the turn of the century”

Built in 1860, this ante-bellum plantation home, also known as the Johnson-Josey-Jordan House, has the distinction of being the second Greek Revival home built in its town. Lending a casual elegance to the Victorian interior, this bed and breakfast has hosted many weddings, receptions and parties. Leave the city behind, head for the country and experience this charming inn located on the backroads in a quaint town called Bartow, Georgia. Directly in the path of Sherman's march to the sea, this ante-bellum plantation home escaped the fate of so many others burned during the Civil War. Built in 1860, it is also known as the Johnson-Josey-Jordan House, named for the families who have owned the two-story mansion. In the mid-1800's, it was the site for a wedding uniting a daughter in the house to the son of then Governor of Georgia, Herschel V. Johnson.

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Magnolia Mornings

1038 Speir Street
Bartow, Georgia
30413 USA

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