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Oakton House and Gardens
Atlanta
Oakton House and Gardens are located just off the historic Marietta square on 4 acres of an origional 350 acre tract. Oakton is the oldest continuously occupied residence in Marietta, Georgia. The main house was built in 1838 and the boxwood partier, barn and front gardens were laid out in 1870. The origional 325 acre site has been the home to 4 families as well as served Major General Loring's, CSA, as headquarters during the 1864 Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. The original barn, milk house, smoke house and the well house still exist on the remaining 5 acre property.
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Uploaded: 18/06/2012
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