See how an untouched farmhouse from 1890 still impresses with its vivid interior

In Moreland, Georgia, sits a remarkable 1890s farmhouse with an architectural style that has remained beautiful for over a century. The six-bedroom, one-bathroom farmhouse boasts an impressive 4,552 square feet, and it's surrounded by 5½ acres of gorgeous countryside.
The house is what many would call a fixer-upper. It hasn't been updated with any the modern amenities that come standard on most newly built homes. While it might lack contemporary comfort, the home makes up for its deficiencies with ample country charm.
The view of the surrounding landscape is easy to take in from the home's intricately detailed porch.
Stepping inside the home is like stepping into a time machine.
The home's kitchen is contained in this wood-paneled section that separates it from the rest of a shared living area.
The family rooms contain high ceilings and lots of space. It's easy to imagine the thousands of hours of family bonding time that these walls have seen.
The main foyer features a staircase that leads upstairs, as well as several pathways into different rooms of the house.
Although the home makes liberal use of exposed wood for its walls and floors, some rooms are colorful — like this bright green family room.
Like many other farmhouses of the era, this Georgia home uses long, vertical windows to allow light to flow into the house from the outside.
Even the attic space of the home is rustic. It would be great to see this room utilized as living space, rather than only for storage. The windows give the attic a church-like ambiance.
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