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112 South Railroad Ave.
Twin City, GA 30471
Phone: (478) 763-2695
Fax: (478) 763-3727
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Population: 1,742
Senate District: 17
House District: 99
Congressional District: 3
Classification:
Second Class City
28 Volunteer Fire Fighters
City Fire Rating: Class 5/5X

Antiques and Specialty Shops

 

5th Avenue Vintage & Antiques
Vintage clothing, Jewelry, & Accessories

502 B-C 5th Avenue, Twin City
(570) 436-3240
popgems2001@hotmail.com
Years ago an unattached, wood addition housed a restaurant in the spot; then the existing brick addition was built in the late 1990s. Roseann Ettinger, antiques and vintage clothing and jewelry expert, and author of 16 books on antiques, is the creator and owner of this little shop of treasures. 

Grandma's Porch
507 Elm Street
Twin City, GA 30471
(478) 763-2621
Betsy Johnson is the owner of this historic house in Old Graymont that was her grandmother's; Betsy is the proprietress of the business. Located on Elm Street in Twin City, the shop is filled with antiques, collectibles, and gifts, and has a gracious dining and living room suitable for receptions. There is ample parking across the street.

Old Barn Woodshop and Antiques
509 5th Avenue
Twin City, GA 30471
(478) 763-2888
artbyclay.com
Located on Hwy. 23 in Historic Graymont, this business is owned by father-son team Alexander and Timothy Clay who repair, refinish, and re-cane old and antique furniture. Timothy is also an accomplished painter, whose paintings are on display in the shop and for sale. In 1959 the building this business is in was a department store owned by Susie and Louis Morgan!

Twin City Drugs
507 S. Railroad Avenue
(478) 763-2151
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This shop is in one of the oldest remaining building in Graymont. The core of this one-story painted brick was built in 1888, then added on to in 1913. Doctors’ office storefront retains original Medical Clinic plate and caduceus from the 1930s. Not just a drug store, this shop has a great ready to wear boutique, as well and gift items that reflect the contemporary style and energy of owners Kent and Mallory Kicklighter.

Wild Flowers
Florist & Nursery
105 Brown Avenue, Twin City
(478) 763-4169
twincitywildflowers.com
Hannah Bowen is the spunky proprietress of this charming flower shop. Hannah is known for her free-spirited floral designs and bouquets that can fit any budget. She also offers wreath-making classes. In addition, to cut flowers and arrangements, Wild Flowers also carries nursery plants and selected local gift items.