The Church-Waddel-Brumby House is believed to be the oldest residence in Athens, GA. The House was moved to its current location in 1967 after a group of citizens united to save the House from demolition. The Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation was formed by these same citizens who had successfully saved the House. The House has been restored to its 1820-1829 time period when Franklin College (University of Georgia) President, Moses Waddel, lived in the House.

Take a 360° virtual tour!

We are pleased to offer this stunning, 360° virtual tour of the Church-Waddel-Brumby House, produced for us by chief photographer Dan Smigrod of We Get Around in Atlanta, GA. Click on the window below to begin your walk-through. 


Images by Caitlin Elise Photography. ©2017.