This unique collection of “old-timey” buildings and antiques depicts small-town America in the early twentieth century. Piedmont is home to this interesting and historic tableau, which rests on private property and was created by the owners years ago.
The Victorian home sitting on the hill and overlooking the exhibit is known as the Mauldin home and was likely built in the early twentieth century. The home overlooks a restored building, an actual store operated by Mrs. Mauldin in the 1930s.
Though Yesterville is private, people do gather here for functions, and the owners welcome visitors. According to photographer Blaine Owens, “The interiors are very authentic.”
There is no website to direct people to the property, but the map below should help guide those interested in tasting a slice of southern Americana. Yesterville currently is maintained by descendants of the same family.