This historic gem has been restored to the fullest extent, and what could not be restored has been completely replaced. Original materials have been salvaged from the house and used in the restoration process, including tongue and groove in the master bedroom, repurposed wallboards for the flooring in the back bedroom, original hardwood floors throughout the rest of the house, and bricks from the previous fireplace were saved and repurposed into new exterior walkways. The entire house has been painted, inside and out. The kitchen has been redesigned with open shelving, new appliances and hardware, new cabinets, butcher block countertops, and a custom oven vent. The master is grand and offers a repurposed tongue and groove wall and high ceilings. The master bath has separate his-and-her vanity, a free-standing soaking tub, a separate stand-up shower, and a large attached closet separated by stairs leading to the attic. The attic is a special space with all original wood and plenty of room. This house includes other unique touches such as antique corbels salvaged from other properties, a custom barn door on the master, ornate tiles in the bathrooms, and a newly laid driveway. If you're looking for a beautiful piece of Commerce/Georgia history that is centrally located and within close distance of a historic downtown district, this is it! The previous owners are family members of the original owners who purchased the home in the 1970s from the Commerce Madison Street Church. They believe the original part of the house was built in the early 1900s. If you're looking for a nostalgic home to make your own, then look no further; this home has a history to uncover and history to be made.