Rosalie, Natchez, MS Rosalie (1823). This National Historic Landmark is one of the earliest fully developed "suburban villas" in Natchez. The Federal-style house is open to the public by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The large mansion overlooking the Mississippi River also served as the headquarters of the Union Army during the occupation of Natchez in the Civil War.
Oak Alley Plantation Built 1837-1839 by Jacques T. Roman, this fine example of Greek Revival architecture is famous for its alley of 28 evenly spaced live oak trees, believed to be at least 100 years older than Big House. A National Historic Landmark.
The Grove Plantation House is located near Adams Run, SC. It was built in 1828 and is one of only three antebellum mansions in the ACE Basin area to survive the Civil War. Former owners ensured it would be preserved by placing it on the National Register of Historical Places.