Charters Smith House
Colonel William Arthur Charters purchased this lot from Samuel C. Dunlap in 1902, completed construction of the Charters Smith House by 1906. Before his move to Gainesville, Mr. Charters lived and work in Dahlonega as a lawyer with Colonel W.P. Price, a former congressman and the founder of North Georgia College.
Isabelle, daughter of the Charters, and her husband, Sidney O. Smith, moved into the home in 1930. The Smiths had four children; Ms. Hugh Embry, Mrs. William Wallace, Mrs. June Smith Woodruff, and Judge Sidney O. Smith Jr.
This stunning Neoclassical Revival home features Tuscan columns and oval leaded glass windows.
(Modern photographs of Green Street homes taken in 2022 by the Gainesville Convention and Visitors Bureau Intern Emma King. Historic photographs and information gathered from our friends at The Gainesville Times, The Norton Agency, the Historical Society of Hall County, the National Register of Historic Places, and the Digital Library of Georgia.)