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May is National Historic Preservation Month, and we have rounded up 5 historic Dublin GA homes that will have your inner building hugger singing! The best news? They are all for sale!

So dig deep, pull out that DIY idea board, and channel your inner Chip and Joanna with these Dublin GA historic properties for every budget.

1. 1202 Edgewood Drive

Built in 1967, this fully renovated midcentury modern ranch has all the updates your heart desires with preserved touches like a low brick fireplace with hood detailing and built ins in the family room. A huge U shaped modern kitchen and fully updated bathrooms make this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home a classic! See for yourself

2. 804 Stonewall Street

Want a bit more sweat equity in your life? This stunner of a farmhouse is calling your name. Situated in the middle of the Stubbs-Stonewall Historic District, this red roofed beauty was crafted in 1900. A renovator’s dream, the home features hardwood floors, moldings and mantels galore, original clawfoot tub and sinks in the bathrooms, and a tidy kitchen with SHIPLAP walls. With over 3000 square feet and 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, it’s worth rolling up your sleeves. Picture yourself adding your dream garden around this house.

3. 124 Park Place

Another Stubbs-Stonewall Historic District gem, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is located steps from Downtown Dublin and Stubbs Park. Less of a project, it was built in 1930, fully renovated, and has a separate guest house. This cottage has hardwoods, moldings a-plenty, French doors, and loads of natural light thanks to the high ceilings. See yourself surrounded by mature trees on 1/2 acre.

4. 209 Mimosa

Like the street address suggests, this home is easy like a Sunday morning! Classically southern, this Colonial built in 1942 has graceful touches inside and out. From a lovely circular driveway to its grand entry with curved staircase, this home has all the elegance needed for your soirées, brunches, and teas. Gather around the in ground pool, marvel at the crown moldings and hardwoods, or simply stock the built-ins with fine china. Find yourself living southern.

5. 1009 Highland Avenue

Transom windows, original five panel doors and hardware, built in corner cabinets, and toile wallpaper are a few of the finds awaiting you at this 1920 bungalow. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home proves that everything old is new again with its maple cabinets and brick fireplace. All it needs is you to build upon its charm! Renew, reuse, and recycle it into the perfect home!

Find More Historic Dublin GA Homes

Want to keep exploring historic Dublin GA homes? Head to Downtown Dublin, where historic preservation is happening everywhere, even overhead! From lofts to single family properties, discover perfect historic Dublin GA homes. Use the Downtown Dublin walking tour to explore!