The Mayors House Stone Mountain

Historic Home/Home Museum   |   Residentials   |   Historic Home/Home Museum   |   Residentials

The Mayors House Is The Oldest House In Stone Mountain Village. Built In 1834 For Andrew Johnson, The 1st Mayor Of Stone Mountain, GA. The House Was About Twice The Size That It Is Now But Was Been Cut In Half When The Mayor Agreed To Have The Rail-road Built. 3,500sqft & Will Eventually Become An Amazing Community Gathering Space Where Residents & visitors Can Eat, Meet & Enjoy a Cup of Coffee. Until Then I Figured I Put The Property On this List Because It Would Be Great To Show Off This Gem.

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