Someone contacted me regarding this structure, which was recently exposed after the clear-cutting of a property for a planned housing development. Housing development is booming in the area, rendering remaining rural tracts highly endangered. Pooler’s rapid growth in recent years has insured that the area looks much more like a modern suburb than a historic community. Pooler was the last whistle-stop on the Central of Georgia Railway before Savannah and was first known as Pooler’s Station. Sherman’s forces, en route to capture Savannah for the Union in December 1864, paused in the area to consider a location for the city’s surrender.
At first glance, the structure appears to be an historic dwelling but on closer inspection, it appears to be an old hunting cabin.
The positioning and style of the windows are certainly not normal and the exterior planks are very mismatched.
It’s possible that it was made using components of an older rescued structure.