Sautee Nacoochee, GA

Historic Homes

Nacoochee History Museum

Richardson-Lumsden House
circa 1832

circa 1830

Starlight (rebuilt after fire). Richard and Jimmie Tinius. In the 1950s Richard's mother operated a summer camp at Starlight. Learn more...

Stovall House
circa 1837

Lamar-Stovall-Walter House. Stovall House was built in 1837 by Moses Harshaw, reputed to be the meanest man that ever lived. In 1893, the house was purchased by William I. Stovall.

Hardman House
circa 1870

Nichols-Hunnicut-Hardman House and Farm. Built by Captain J. H. Nichols, a Confederate veteran, the grounds include a greenhouse, game room, spring house, detached kitchen, smokehouse, carriage house, dairy barn, horse barn, corn crib, mule gear storage, tenant house and other structures. Learn more...

Tucker House
circa 1872

Glen-Kenimer-Tucker House. An ancient Indian ceremonial ground lies across Highway 17 from Lib Tucker's House. Learn more...

Crittenden House
circa 1890

Lumsden-Marsh-Crittenden House. Built for Jessie Richardson Lumsden and his wife, Lusanna Nacoochee Williams, granddaughter of Major Edward Williams, one of the first settlers of the Sautee Valley.

Nora Mill
historic commercial buildings

Nacoochee Valley is rich in historic commercial buildings. Learn more...

Sautee Inn
circa 1900

Alley House (Sautee Inn). Replaced earlier Green Hotel, built about 1872, burned 1898. Learn more...