Iris Court was built in 1854 in Albany, Georgia for Judge John and Adelaide Stovall Jackson. Edward Vason Jones, was an admirer of Iris Court as a young boy and as the town center grew more commercial, Iris Court was to be torn down and dismantled for its beautiful materials. Luckily, Jones returned to his home town of Albany after World War II to practice architecture. Jones contacted his friend, Charles O. Smith, Jr., who ended up purchasing Iris Court and moving it to Moultrie where it sits today. Edward Vason Jones, a distinguished architect who, would later in his career, work on projects for the Diplomatic Reception Rooms at the United States State Department & the White House, dismantled, reconstructed, and renovated/restored Iris Court. Jones was to have said that Iris Court was his favorite private project. The home sits on +/-18 acres, has 4 BRs, 4.5 Baths and stunning architectural features, sprawling gardens, private location & a rich history!