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When one door is closed, don't you know, another is open. -Bob Marley

I like the pillars with a small bit of stone as a base. This might match up with the stone running from the sill down on the house.

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NEW PLAN...Randolph Cottage!

Randolph Cottage - | Southern Living House Plans

The Sorrel Weed House in Savannah, Georgia, represents one of the finest examples of Greek Revival & Regency architecture in Savannah & was one of the first two homes in the state of Georgia to be made a state landmark in 1954. The house was designed by Charles Cluskey in 1835, completed in 1838. The house was built for Francis Sorrel (1793–1870), a wealthy shipping merchant & esteemed citizen of Savannah. In 1859, the house was purchased by the prominent Savannah businessman, Henry D. Weed