White Ballroom  Nottaway Plantation-5375 Nottaway Plantation-5524 Nottaway Plantation, located near the town of White Castle, Louisiana, on the banks of the Mississippi river is the probably the largest plantation manor home still standing today. It is one of the most unique and beautiful of all the old plantation homes. Nottaway was built in 1859 for wealthy sugar tycoon John Hampden Randolph and his wife and it was home to their eleven children. The “White Castle” as it is often referred…

White Ballroom Nottaway Plantation-5375 Nottaway Plantation-5524 Nottaway Plantation, located near the town of White Castle, Louisiana, on the banks of the Mississippi river is the probably the largest plantation manor home still standing today. It is one of the most unique and beautiful of all the old plantation homes. Nottaway was built in 1859 for wealthy sugar tycoon John Hampden Randolph and his wife and it was home to their eleven children. The “White Castle” as it is often referred…

Love this beautiful Italianate Antebellum Home!!!Nottaway Plantation - White Castle, Louisiana

Love this beautiful Italianate Antebellum Home!!!Nottaway Plantation - White Castle, Louisiana

Nottoway Plantation.  This plantation is the largest antebellum plantation house left in the South which contains 64 rooms, 7 staircases, and 5 galleries. This 53,000-square foot plantation home was constructed in 1858. Website: //www.nottoway.com/   Location: 31025 Louisiana Highway 1 (off The Great River Road), White Castle, Louisiana

Nottoway Plantation. This plantation is the largest antebellum plantation house left in the South which contains 64 rooms, 7 staircases, and 5 galleries. This 53,000-square foot plantation home was constructed in 1858. Website: //www.nottoway.com/ Location: 31025 Louisiana Highway 1 (off The Great River Road), White Castle, Louisiana

Can you picture George and Martha Washington lounging in a pair of Eames chairs peering out their floor-to-ceiling glass walled home? Yeah, me neither. But I have no problem fantasizing myself in a colonial cottage in the northeastern states. While many

An Ode to Colonial Era Architecture

Can you picture George and Martha Washington lounging in a pair of Eames chairs peering out their floor-to-ceiling glass walled home? Yeah, me neither. But I have no problem fantasizing myself in a colonial cottage in the northeastern states. While many

The Crescent - Valdosta, Georgia...we didn't have sorority houses, so we used places like this for recruitment!

The Crescent - Valdosta, Georgia...we didn't have sorority houses, so we used places like this for recruitment!

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