4 Bedrooms | 4.5 Baths
4-Car Garage | Finished Terrace
A Reproduction of a Charleston MansionTake a step into history and visit the Tullamore Estate. Located in Milton’s equestrian neighborhood of Birmingham Falls, this elegant home is a reproduction of the famous Miles Brewton House in Charleston, South Carolina. The original Brewton House is a massively grand 2-story brick southern mansion or “double house” (four main rooms per floor) on 27 King Street in downtown Charleston. Built in 1765-1769, it is one of the best examples of 18th century Georgian Palladian architecture directly influenced by the famous Italian architect, Andrea Palladio.
The Original HouseThe original Miles Brewton House has a long historical legacy. During the American Revolutionary War, it was used as British headquarters. During the Civil War, the Brewton House was taken over by the Union Army. A well-preserved house known for its architectural excellence, it was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960. For a look at the interior of the Brewton House today, click here. Through the years, the Miles Brewton House has stayed within the family, and today his descendants still live in this privately owned mansion.
Architectural Charm and Grandeur Our Tullamore Estate in Milton, Georgia has the same symmetrical architectural structure as the original Brewton House in Charleston – a wide 2-story portico or porch with dual levels of white pillars, Doric columns on the first and Ionic columns on the second with steps flanking each side of the first-level porch. Just like the original Brewton House, there is a fanlight over the main doorway at Tullamore. Arriving at the entrance of Tullamore, one is struck by its southern grandeur and the kinship it has with its “sister” mansion on King Street in downtown Charleston.
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If Tullamore’s southern charm, grace, and touch of history have piqued your interest, then let us give you a tour. Email us, or call 678.744.8206.