We are located in picturesque Waynesboro, Georgia, the county seat of Burke County. Waynesboro, named after the revolutionary soldier and Civil War General Anthony “Mad Anthony” Wayne, is rich in history: including a visit from George Washington. Burke County has been the home of numerous governors’, as well as a signer of the Declaration of Independence, Lyman Hall. In 2009, Waynesboro was added to the US National Register of Historical Places and undoubtedly one of the oldest, most beautiful homes in Burke County is Wisteria Hall.
Built in 1900 by Enon Chance, this neoclassical structure stands four stories tall and is the tallest surviving residence of its era. Wisteria Hall was named after the Tiffany window depicting birds in flight and framed by wisteria vines. Wisteria Hall, truly a sight to behold both inside and out.