Obas W. Farrell began construction of this 11-room, 7,000 square foot Classic Greek Revival home in 1903. Designed by George C. Thompson, it was often described as one of the grandest homes south of Atlanta for Coronel T. L. Griner. It consisted of Tiffany style stained glass windows, the only private home in this area of the state with a ballroom, 12-foot ceilings, interior Ionic columns, and picture moldings sealed with silver then brushed with gold. In 1904, J.D. Smith, a local lawyer and businessman, purchased the residence for $11,000.00 and lived here with his family until selling it to Doctor Joseph Morgan Page in 1905. Doctor Page's, family consisted of his wife, Melissa Jackson Page, two daughters and four sons. He was a "horse and buggy" doctor, making his rounds throughout the countryside visiting the sick. The home remained in family use until 1965 when, over the years, it served as a church, residential property, funeral home, and corporate offices. Page House is now operated as a bed & breakfast and special event venue.