• Carley Sabas

    Georgia Southern Plantations | Southern Homes~Plantations / "Plumfield," Columbus, Georgia. love these old houses... just have to make sure they arent haunted!

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  • Desirée ❥

    If ever in my life, I am blessed to be able to get this kind of home...best believe I will get THIS. Beautiful southern home

  • Hannah Billings

    Hands down my dream home!

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Chretien Point Plantation, Sunset, La. This plantation was built in 1831 and is one with an interesting history. The pirate Jean Lafitte was a frequent guest and Civil War battles were fought on the property. Tales of pirates and buried treasure is also part of the plantation's history. The plantation stairway was the inspiration for where Scarlett O'Hara in GONE WITH THE WIND shoots a pillaging Union soldier - a replica of stairway was made for the movie.

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