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Bush House - two-story Colonial Revival style house was built in 1912

Bush House - two-story Colonial Revival style house was built in 1912

ROSEMONT PLANTATION, County Road 19, Forkland, Greene County, AL. FRONT VIEW. - SOUTH ELEVATION. Image courtesy of Historic American Buildings Survey—HABS. Date	03-04-1934

ROSEMONT PLANTATION, County Road 19, Forkland, Greene County, AL. FRONT VIEW. - SOUTH ELEVATION. Image courtesy of Historic American Buildings Survey—HABS. Date 03-04-1934

Davidson-Smitherman House in Centreville, Bibb, AL on National Historic Register. My parents bought this home and lived there until they sold it to my aunt, Gladys Pittman Leggett.

Davidson-Smitherman House in Centreville, Bibb, AL on National Historic Register. My parents bought this home and lived there until they sold it to my aunt, Gladys Pittman Leggett.

Dickinson House  - two-story Italianate style house was built in 1845.

Dickinson House - two-story Italianate style house was built in 1845.

.This could be my next house, except that it is Alabama, and I live in Wisconsin...kak

.This could be my next house, except that it is Alabama, and I live in Wisconsin...kak

The Petty-Roberts-Beatty House, also known as the Octagon House,  in Clayton, Alabama was one of only two antebellum octagonal houses built in Alabama & is the only one to survive. This unusual house was built by Benjamin Franklin Petty starting in 1859 & completed in 1861. Petty was a carriage & furniture merchant who was a native of New York & pioneer settler of Clayton. In April 1865, the house was used as staff headquarters for Union Cavalry Commander General Benjamin H. Grierson

The Petty-Roberts-Beatty House, also known as the Octagon House, in Clayton, Alabama was one of only two antebellum octagonal houses built in Alabama & is the only one to survive. This unusual house was built by Benjamin Franklin Petty starting in 1859 & completed in 1861. Petty was a carriage & furniture merchant who was a native of New York & pioneer settler of Clayton. In April 1865, the house was used as staff headquarters for Union Cavalry Commander General Benjamin H. Grierson

Gorgas House, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.  My grandparents lived in an exact reproduction of this house in Birmingham.

Gorgas House, Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. My grandparents lived in an exact reproduction of this house in Birmingham.

Shorter Mansion Eufaula, Alabama ~ This Classical Revival-style house is a two story masonary structure built in 1884 with extensive remodeling from 1901-1906. The Eufaula Historic Association purchased the house in 1965 and today operates it as a historic house museum.

Shorter Mansion Eufaula, Alabama ~ This Classical Revival-style house is a two story masonary structure built in 1884 with extensive remodeling from 1901-1906. The Eufaula Historic Association purchased the house in 1965 and today operates it as a historic house museum.

Bell House-Biggs House ~ Prattville, Alabama ~ A Queen Anne three story design by Alabama architect Frank Lockwood.  Built in 1893.

Bell House-Biggs House ~ Prattville, Alabama ~ A Queen Anne three story design by Alabama architect Frank Lockwood. Built in 1893.

Rice Hope Plantation - Georgetown County, South Carolina, Black River. This is NOT Rice Hope Plantation Inn. Love this one!

Rice Hope Plantation - Georgetown County, South Carolina, Black River. This is NOT Rice Hope Plantation Inn. Love this one!