nottoway plantation (1859) by brad thompson...greek revival and italionate...53000 sqft...randolph acquired 7000+ acres making his fortune in sugarcane....

nottoway plantation (1859) by brad thompson...greek revival and italionate...53000 sqft...randolph acquired 7000+ acres making his fortune in sugarcane....

Antebellum Homes on Southern Plantations Photos | Architectural Digest - ROSALIE MANSION,NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI (=)

9 Grand Antebellum Homes Rich in History and Stunning Southern Design

Antebellum Homes on Southern Plantations Photos | Architectural Digest - ROSALIE MANSION,NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI (=)

Entrance in a Charleston house. I love the wide foyers/halls found in Southern homes!

Entrance in a Charleston house. I love the wide foyers/halls found in Southern homes!

Southern Plantation... Sweet tea on a long portico, enjoying the summer breeze full, smell of wisteria and a rocking chair. It's a MUST do!

Southern Gardening

Southern Plantation... Sweet tea on a long portico, enjoying the summer breeze full, smell of wisteria and a rocking chair. It's a MUST do!

The Famous White Ballroom at Nottoway Plantation. The Father had several Daughters to be wedded. So a white ballroom was built within the 53,000 square feet.

The Famous White Ballroom at Nottoway Plantation. The Father had several Daughters to be wedded. So a white ballroom was built within the 53,000 square feet.

D'Evereux Plantation, Natchez, Miss., built in 1840, a fine example of the Greek Revival style. One of the first residential structures constructed in Natchez with a full-length monumental, two-storey portico; the white columned look that would be stereotyped as southern architecture in later years. D’Evereux also marks the first appearance of a cupola in Natchez residential architecture.

D'Evereux Plantation, Natchez, Miss., built in 1840, a fine example of the Greek Revival style. One of the first residential structures constructed in Natchez with a full-length monumental, two-storey portico; the white columned look that would be stereotyped as southern architecture in later years. D’Evereux also marks the first appearance of a cupola in Natchez residential architecture.

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