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Oglethorpe Hotel

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Identification

Oglethorpe Hotel
242705

Structure in General

low-rise building
demolished [destroyed]
brick
applied masonry
red

Usages

hotel
rental apartments

Facts

  • The hotel designed by J. A. Wood and built on the site of the Oglethorpe House, built in 1837 and accidentally burned during the War Between the States.
  • The Oglethorpe Hotel was the winter hotel for the Jekyll Island Club.
  • The main dining room had marble floors.
  • The Oglethorpe Hotel was constructed using 3 million bricks.
  • The Oglethorpe Hotel was noted for its beautiful Victorian and gingerbread design.
  • The Olgethorpe Hotel lighting system was that of gas; later replaced by electricity.

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Location

Newcastle Street
31520
Brunswick
Georgia
U.S.A.

Technical Data

14.73 m
4
1888
1958
$250,000

Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
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