The Camak house was built in 1834 by noted Georgian James Camak.Mr Camak came to Athens as a professor of mathematics at UGA,having previously served as the editor of The Southern Cultivator.Mr Camak was crucial in founding one of Clarke County's first agricultural societies in 1845.He also became the president of the Georgia Railroad & Banking Co.The brick federal style home sits proudly atop a rise & allows fantastic views of the surrounding areas including downtown & UGA.Beautiful wrought iron detailing on the porches welcome visitors to the stately home.The grand scale of the rooms in this house create a spacious feel.The large wood plank flooring is some of the oldest in Athens,cut from local trees over 180 years ago.
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The Single Family Detached located at 279 Meigs St, Athens, GA 30606 is currently for sale.
279 Meigs St, Athens is listed for $1,950,000.
This property has 4 bedrooms, 1 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms, and approximately 7,524 square feet.
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