Nestled on four-and-one-half acres, The Dodge, built by Eugenia Price and Joyce Blackburn in 1967 is a stunning and secluded property like none other along Coastal Georgia. The home is situated on a peninsula of land abundant with moss-draped live oaks and stunning landscape, affording 300 degree coastal marsh views. The home was renovated in 2012 and the landscape and outdoor living areas in 2016-2017 by Bell Outdoor, including redesigned driveway, valet court, private garden rooms and , courtyards, raised tabby and reclaimed brick patio surrounding large infinity edge pool, spa, all with expansive marsh views. The bricks utilized during the landscape renovation are reclaimed brick from The Long Building, Central City Park, Macon GA. The “Long” building, built in 1904, served multiple purposes over the years but was primarily the home for agricultural exhibits of the Georgia State Fair. The home hosts beautiful landscaping and several water features: an antique syrup kettle from the Kehoe Foundry in Savannah (circa 1880) topped with an antique millstone found in Demopolis, Alabama; a gentle gurgling ginger jar in the arrival courtyard, and a well-stocked koi pond on the pool deck.