Cabin For Sale

511 Grant Street, Clarkesville Georgia
Asking Price $429,000

Homestead House – Cabin History

Our hand hewn log cabin is known to be from the 1790’s and originally stood in Banks County, GA near Fort Hollingsworth. As the story is told, the cabin was a homestead on the Creek Indian Territory line to a Native Indian agent of the U.S. Government. After hearing of its need for a new home, the original developers began discussing possibilities and working with local craftsmen to complete the relocation process to it’s new home in Clarkesville. Filled with the crafts once required for an early American homestead it has come once again into its own.


Article about Benjamin Hawkins living in the cabin

Where Benjamin Hawkins Once Lived

Book of his history and letters:

Text of this book:

Interesting if you search the text … you see where on March 1, 1798 is when someone came to split boards to make him a cabin.


Address is 511 Grant Street, Clarkesville Georgia 30523

.57 Acre

Plenty of private parking

Handicap Ramp

Inside city limits

Built on crawl space

Working fireplace

Cabin is in Clarkesville adjacent to the new Clarkesville Community House, across the street from new craft style homes being built, bordered by a Clarkesville city soccer park on one side, and Hawg Wild restaurant on the other.