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Basil Hall or the Reese home, Eutaw, Alabama, built by Capt. Edwin Home, 1856-1859. RuralSWAlabama.org

An A to Z photo tour of beautiful Alabama mansions that have survived nearly 200 years

Edwin Reese House, Eutaw, AL. Also known as Basil Hall, historic Greek Revival style house. A two-story wood framed building on a raised brick foundation. Four monumental Ionic columns span the front portico.

OldHouses.com - 1900 Greek Revival - Beauty, Grace and Granduer of the Old South in Ozark, Alabama

Ozark, AL. Everything you have dreamed of.a home of beauty, grace and grandeur of the Old South all under one roof. This gorgeous Greek Revival with impressive Ionic columns was built in

Ward Hall: Approached by heroic steps, the majestic mansion sits on a brushed and hammered coquina limestone base. #southernhomes #kentucky Photo Credit: Pieter Estersohn.

Ward Hall in Kentucky: Approached by heroic steps, mansion sits on a brushed and hammered coquina limestone base.

1. Sturdivant Museum - Selma

Meet These 10 Ghosts From Alabama And Hear Their Bone-Chilling Stories

1. Sturdivant Museum - Selma

this made me think...what if you put a spa in the middle of part of your dock?

Naturally Inspired Georgia Lake House - Southern Living----my total dream cabin

Woodlands Plantation House in Gosport, Clarke County, Alabama. Built in 1840

Woodlands Plantation House in Gosport, Clarke County, Alabama. Built in 1840

This massive mega mansion on 65th street fifth avenue was the New York City mansion of Caroline Astor and her son John, the richest m...

Caroline Astor (THE Mrs. Astor), and son John Jacob Astor, twin house, at Fifth Ave. Designed by Richard Morris Hunt NYC's Gilded Age era.

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Glennville Plantation in Pittsview vicinity in Russell County, Alabama. Built contributing property to Glennville Historic District

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