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House Envy: Own a piece of Roswell history with this antebellum farmhouse
The antebellum home—which now sits on a half-acre lot—retains many of its original features. The two front rooms are drenched with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling triple-hung windows, which once provided access to the deep front porch. Most of the original, wide-plank heart pine floors are intact throughout the 4-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom main house, which also boasts 4 fireplaces.
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Georgia’s Antebellum Trail provides window to the Old South’s history
The Antebellum Trail is a 100-mile trek through Athens, Watkinsville, Madison, Eatonton, Milledgeville, Gray/Old Clinton, and Macon
Bed & Breakfast: The Myrtles Plantation
You don’t have to believe in ghosts to appreciate a good ghost story. And at the Myrtles, a 1796 plantation in St. Francisville, Louisiana, you’re pretty well guaranteed to come across one or the...
House Envy: This Antebellum home might be the oldest house in Buckhead
An elegant but unassuming Greek Revival home on West Wesley Road is perhaps the oldest house in Buckhead. Actually, it was built in Resaca, located near Calhoun in Northwest Georgia. In the 1950s, Atlanta contractor Joseph Walker and his wife drove by and fell instantly in love with the abandoned, antebellum home.
8. Time-travel at the Southern Trilogy
Yes, you can find white-columned antebellum mansions in Atlanta—just not in the city proper. Barrington Hall is one of three antebellum homes that belonged to Roswell’s founding families and are now house museums marketed as “A Southern Trilogy.”