Wynnton Village Historic District
The Wynnton Village Historic District is an excellent example of an early- to mid-20th-century suburban Georgia neighborhood. Its evolution spans over 150 years— from antebellum estates, to a village center dating from the mid-1800s, to streetcar suburbs after 1890, to numerous subdivisions from 1919 through the 1940s, and then to multi-family dwellings for World War II-era Fort Benning officers. The sale of lots here peaked between 1918 and 1925 with the streetcar line that ran along the district’s southern and eastern boundaries. Architectural styles vary from early examples of Greek and Gothic Revival to popular early 20th century styles including Craftsman, Colonial Revival and English Vernacular Revival.