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The Stephen Vincent Benét House, also known as the Commandant’s House and the President’s Home, is located on the present campus of Augusta State University.  Completed by 1829, the Commandant’s House was one of the original buildings erected as a part of the United States Arsenal when it moved to this site in 1827.

Stephen Vincent Benet House--Augusta: A Discover Our Shared Heritage Travel Itinerary

People have claimed to see a man's head roll down the steps of The Ezekial Harris House in Augusta, Georgia. Click the photo for the full story. #HauntedGeorgia

Haunted Georgia

People have claimed to see a man's head roll down the steps of The Ezekial Harris House in Augusta, Georgia. Click the photo for the full story.

Rosedown Plantation ~ St. Francisville, Louisiana

Rosedown Plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana What could be lovelier than springtime in the deep south? Acres of blazing azaleas, massive live oak trees dripping with Spanish Moss, mint juleps on the terrace of an antebellum mansion.

Ground floor plans show the house has an astonishing number of rooms. The home has been described as a 'once in a generation sale'

House that Jane Austen hero Mr Darcy is on sale for £8million

UK's largest pad boasts 365 rooms, five miles of corridors and is 150 times bigger than the average British house

The Vinery Horse Farm ~ Lexington, Kentucky

The Vinery Thoroughbred Farm, Lexington, Kentucky. Front view of the house. Love the waterfall. How lovely it must be to pull up to the front door and hear the water.

Historic 1832 Hamilton Place Plantation. The builder, Lucius Polk, was married in the White House. A later owner survived several major battles of the Civil War only to die in an act of kindness.

The builder, Lucius Polk, was married in the White House. A later owner survived several major battles of the Civil War only to die in an act of kindness.

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