After the war, John Grimball was unable to make his mortgage payments on the Grove. Therefore the land reverted to G. W. Morris' heirs, Josephine M. Porter and Sabina Ann Morris in 1870. After that, the property changed hands numerous times. The US Fish & Wildlife Service purchased the Grove 1992 + designated it ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge. Former owners ensured it would be preserved by placing it on the National Register of Historical Places in 1978.
L'Hermitage, River Road, Darrow, LA. Presumed to be one of the earliest surviving Greek Revival plantation homes in LA. Built in the early 1800's by Marius Pons Bringier + first leased + then transferred to his son, Michel Douradou after his marriage to Louise Elizabeth Aglae duBourg de St. Colomb. Indigo was the cash crop until at least 1812. Douradou named L'Hermitage after the TN home of his hero, who visited after the Battle of New Orleans.
Nottoway Plantation, also known as Nottoway Plantation House is located in White Castle, Louisiana. This home was completed in 1859 for the John Hampton Randolph family. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.