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Tidalholm Antebellum Mansion in Beaufort, SC - notice glass windows on downstairs porch on the right to keep out the breezy, cool winter winds

Tidalholm Antebellum Mansion in Beaufort, SC - notice glass windows on downstairs porch on the right to keep out the breezy, cool winter winds

This Greek Revival Mansion built in 1836, once hosted a ball for Winnie Davis, daughter of Jefferson Davis. Later it was owned by Joseph Bond, one of the South's wealthiest cotton planters.

This Greek Revival Mansion built in 1836, once hosted a ball for Winnie Davis, daughter of Jefferson Davis. Later it was owned by Joseph Bond, one of the South's wealthiest cotton planters.

Washington Ga...some of the most beautiful historic homes. I lived in this town from 1st thru 4th grade. My older sister ending up meeting the love of her life and moved back there after her graduation and has lived there for the past 50 years. It is full of history and beautiful old homes.

Washington Ga...some of the most beautiful historic homes. I lived in this town from 1st thru 4th grade. My older sister ending up meeting the love of her life and moved back there after her graduation and has lived there for the past 50 years. It is full of history and beautiful old homes.

Sturdivant Hall, The Finest Greek Revival Neo-classic Antebellum Mansion in the Southeast. - History and Architecture

Sturdivant Hall, The Finest Greek Revival Neo-classic Antebellum Mansion in the Southeast. - History and Architecture

Historic Antebellum Mansion, Charleston, South Carolina

Historic Antebellum Mansion, Charleston, South Carolina

Rose Hill Plantation, in the Low Country of South Carolina in Beaufort Co., is an exceptional example of antebellum Gothic Revival architecture, c.1858-60. James Brown Kirk gave his daughter Caroline & son-in-law Dr. John Kirk the land the mansion presently sits on as a wedding gift in 1838. Construction began on Rose Hill sometime in 1858. The home was most likely constructed by ship builders & that parts of the house had actually been pre-built in England & shipped over for further…

Rose Hill Plantation, in the Low Country of South Carolina in Beaufort Co., is an exceptional example of antebellum Gothic Revival architecture, c.1858-60. James Brown Kirk gave his daughter Caroline & son-in-law Dr. John Kirk the land the mansion presently sits on as a wedding gift in 1838. Construction began on Rose Hill sometime in 1858. The home was most likely constructed by ship builders & that parts of the house had actually been pre-built in England & shipped over for further…

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