105 Avenue G, Thomaston, GA, 30286 $47,500
It’s cute. It’s cozy. It’s clean. It’s a remodeled home for sale in Thomaston, Georgia (pop. 9,170). It sits on a corner lot on a street of small older homes. The build date is earlier than the realtor’s date of 1943.
According to the 1930 US Census, this home was rented by J.T. Mann and his wife, D*Tor. Both worked at the cotton mill, J.T. as a carder and D as a framer. They took in three boarders, two of whom also worked in the cotton mill. The third was a housewife. The Manns and the two working boarders paid $4/month for rent. In fact, per the 1930 Census, except for housewives, everyone who lived on Avenue G rented their homes and worked for the cotton mill. Perhaps the mill built these homes for their workers?