Photo by Amy J. Owen The historic Summerville neighborhood is home to some of Augusta’s oldest and most stunning architecture, from Southern style farmhouses with wrap-around porches to quaint bungalow cottages, columned plantation homes, and Spanish colonial estates. The neighborhood boasts history — each home embodies characteristics, secrets, and stories (some forgotten and others remembered) from decades past. One such home on Walton Way stands apart from the rest: a nearly 100-year-old two story brick Italian Renaissance-style villa with clay roof tiles and white trim. Built in 1926, the home was constructed and designed by Willis Irvin, a...Read More
Author: Sarah Southern
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