This house is a perennial favorite among readers, but I love the compact approach to the high-style Second Empire design. There ain't nothin' purtier than a Mansard roof! Photo: Jason Varney | thisoldhouse.com
This Italianate style mansion was built in 1866 by William H. Fulkerson who built it after he got home from the Civil War and named it Hazel Dell. William was a Lt. Colonel in the Confederate Army in the 63rd Tennesse regiment.
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