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This one is just down the road from me and it's like a little castle.  Beautiful :-)

This one is just down the road from me and it's like a little castle. Beautiful :-)

Line your front walk with beds of flowers on either side for a welcoming look. The Historic Streets of Sycamore, Illinois

The Historic Streets of Sycamore, Illinois

Line your front walk with beds of flowers on either side for a welcoming look. The Historic Streets of Sycamore, Illinois

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Bainbridge GA Decatur County High Victorian Architecture Landmark Old House Blue Two-Story Turret Elaborate Pictures Photo Copyright Brian Brown Vanishing South Georgia USA 2010

35 E Tallulah Drive, Greenville, SC 29605

35 E Tallulah Drive, Greenville, SC 29605

307 Hala Court 011 - 6 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms :: Home for sale in Greenville, SC MLS# 1239558. Learn more with Hamilton and Co. of Keller Williams

307 Hala Court 011 - 6 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms :: Home for sale in Greenville, SC MLS# 1239558. Learn more with Hamilton and Co. of Keller Williams

White house, black shutters, vine over the door, dormers, boxwoods...one of my favorite house styles...

White house, black shutters, vine over the door, dormers, boxwoods...one of my favorite house styles...

The Bon Séjour Plantation, as Oak Alley was originally named, was established to grow sugarcane by Valcour Aime when he purchased the land, 1830. Aime, known as the "King of Sugar," was one of the wealthiest men in the South. In 1836, Valcour Aime exchanged this piece of property with his brother-in-law Jacques Télesphore Roman for a plantation owned by Roman. The following year Jacques Roman began building the present mansion under the oversight of George Swainy +entirely with enslaved…

The Bon Séjour Plantation, as Oak Alley was originally named, was established to grow sugarcane by Valcour Aime when he purchased the land, 1830. Aime, known as the "King of Sugar," was one of the wealthiest men in the South. In 1836, Valcour Aime exchanged this piece of property with his brother-in-law Jacques Télesphore Roman for a plantation owned by Roman. The following year Jacques Roman began building the present mansion under the oversight of George Swainy +entirely with enslaved…

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