View Macon’s cherry blossoms from the top of the Hay House

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Completed in 1859 in Italian Renaissance Revival style, this elaborate residence was the “smart” house of its day, with innovations like hot and cold running water, central heat, a speaker-tube intercom, and a ventilation system. Visit during spring’s International Cherry Blossom festival, and climb to the top of home’s two-story cupola for a view of the city and its 300,000 bursting pink-bloomed trees.

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