Rosemount Plantation, Forkland Alabama (1832) Known as "The Grand Mansion of Alabama" it is considered one of the finest examples of pure Greek Revival antebellum architecture in the state. The house was restored in 2005 but currently sits abandoned.
Antebellum homes with columns. This home is in Eutaw, Alabama. In this little town, there are 27 old antebellum homes on the National Register of Historic Places. Over 150 years ago "it was purchased new by Kirkwood’s original owner, cotton mogul Foster Mark Kirksey, shipped from New York to Mobile and likely sent upriver to Eutaw."
Ferguson Hall - Spring Hill, Tennessee. This Antebellum home dates back to 1853 and was the home of Martin Cheairs. During the Civil War, it was the headquarters of Confederate General Earl Van Dorn in April and May of 1963.