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New Orleans home. Have always loved this one! It's the wedding cake house. Notice how the detail work looks like icing on a wedding cake?

New Orleans home. Have always loved this one! It's the wedding cake house. Notice how the detail work looks like icing on a wedding cake?

Would you believe I live in the South and have never been to a place like this?  I guess Andrew Jackson's plantation counts, though, right?

Why we still can’t talk about slavery

Would you believe I live in the South and have never been to a place like this? I guess Andrew Jackson's plantation counts, though, right?

uniqueshomedesign:  Southern Mansion ~ B charisma design

uniqueshomedesign: Southern Mansion ~ B charisma design

Antebellum Mansion, Savannah Georgia

Antebellum Mansion, Savannah Georgia

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Dell Mitchell Architects, of Boston,  Classical Over 5,000 SF, for a Greek Revival residence in Dedham, Mass. (Richard Mandelkorn Photography)

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Dell Mitchell Architects, of Boston, Classical Over 5,000 SF, for a Greek Revival residence in Dedham, Mass. (Richard Mandelkorn Photography)

The Myrtles Plantation, St Francisville, Louisiana The Myrtles Plantation was built in 1796 by General David Bradford and called Laurel Grove. Touted as “one of America’s most haunted homes”, the plantation is supposedly home of at least 12 ghosts.

So Spooky! Check Out These Haunted Places From Around the World

The Myrtles Plantation, St Francisville, Louisiana The Myrtles Plantation was built in 1796 by General David Bradford and called Laurel Grove. Touted as “one of America’s most haunted homes”, the plantation is supposedly home of at least 12 ghosts.

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Stanton Hall in Natchez, Mississippi Irish immigrant and successful cotton merchant, Frederick Stanton, began the construction of his dream home in 1857. The house covered the area of a city block and was decorated with the finest marble from New York and grand mirrors imported from France. Stanton Hall has seen a vast and varied history: with its namesake dying only months after it was completed, the hall housed Union troops throughout the Civil War. In 1894, Stanton Hall was transformed…

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Stanton Hall in Natchez, Mississippi Irish immigrant and successful cotton merchant, Frederick Stanton, began the construction of his dream home in 1857. The house covered the area of a city block and was decorated with the finest marble from New York and grand mirrors imported from France. Stanton Hall has seen a vast and varied history: with its namesake dying only months after it was completed, the hall housed Union troops throughout the Civil War. In 1894, Stanton Hall was transformed…

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