Nestled at the intersection of North Columbia and McIntosh streets lies a quaint, white two-story house which has seen more than a century of Milledgeville history pass by its doors.

“It’s only been an inn for about eight years. It was originally build in 1890 by architect E.T. Alling for Judge Rufus Roberts,” said Jane Lorenz, one of the inn’s current co-owners.

The stately home is located on the portion of the Antebellum Trail which passes through downtown Milledgeville.

Two parlors and five bedrooms which have changed little during the past century combine with modern technology such as central heating and air conditioning and a swimming pool to provide guests with the feel of the 1890s and all the comforts of the 21st century.



For the complete story, see the weekend, June 2-4 edition.

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