Stanton Hall, one of the most magnificent and Palatial Greek homes in America, occupies an entire city block in downtown Natchez, MS. This home stands 5 stories tall with many original furnishings, beautiful antiques, and one of a kind arched millwork.
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Auburn is distinctive for its early colossal portico, Georgian millwork, and spiral staircase. It was built in 1812 for Lyman Harding by Levi Weeks, acquitted of murder in a famous New York City trial in 1800. In 1827, Dr. Stephen Duncan acquired Auburn, which his heirs donated with 203 acres to the city in 1911.
Rosalie, a magnificent example of the Federal Style, played a significant role in American History as the Union Headquarters during the Civil War. Rosalie’s John Henry Belter parlor furniture, twenty-one pieces in all, are among the finest examples of his work still in existence.
The largest octagonal home remaining in America, Longwood is a superb example of the mid-nineteenth century “villa in the oriental style”. Construction halted when the Civil War began, causing artisans to leave behind their tools, paint brushes, and lovely Longwood, never to be brought to completion.