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The Marietta Pilgrimage
A Christmas Home Tour through Marietta, Georgia

The Hagood-Sheeler-Musolf House, c. 1929

144 Whitlock Avenue


The Hagood-Sheeler-Musolf House PhotoThis beautiful two-story Dutch Colonial home was built by Guyton Palmer Reynolds in 1929 on property purchased from his brother, Dr. James Dunklin Reynolds, who lived next door on Winn Street. Through the years, the home has gone through several renovations and additions. The home’s study, for example, was originally a porch. Today, this room features heart pine paneling. A child’s playhouse, built by the family, serves as a tool shed today.


Mr. and Mrs. Musolf purchased the house in 2004 and began their plans to turn it into their dream home. They converted the attached apartment into a laundry room and children’s game room and turned their backyard into a private retreat complete with new landscaping, a fence, and pool. Of special interest is the home’s two-story incinerator chimney with an iron door located in the basement.


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