Saturday, October 24, 2015

The Walden-Turner House - Stockbridge, GA -

 (No longer Standing) Picture taken in 2006 shortly before demolition. The Walden-Turner house was built in 1895 and was a local landmark in Stockbridge. For a time in the early 1900's it was a hotel. This was the last 2 story Victorian home in Stockbridge and was torn down by the city to make way for a fountain. Ironically, the fountain was not even placed over (or even close) to the footprint of the house. Also, as far as I can tell, nothing was salvaged from the house before demolition, everything went to the landfill.
Jason Evers


  1. I think this may have belonged to my family at some point. I wish it had been saved.

  2. I had been in that house numerous time. I worked for the people who owned it. It was a grand beautiful old home and in the 80’s they were renovating it. Sad. So sad!!