Road Trip: Eutaw, Alabama – Beautiful Old Homes, Part 1

Eutaw – Greene County, Alabama – Took a road trip last week to Natchez,  and planned a stop in Eutaw, AL.  This was a cotton shipping hub in the mid 1800s, and a wealthy town – it has nearly 30 Antebellum structures on the National Register of Historic Places – and it was the halfway …

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Milledgeville – Beautiful Old Homes – Part 2

Milledgeville – Baldwin County – Last week we saw many  Milledgeville Beautiful Old Homes.  Now let’s look at several more interesting homes around town. First up, the Roberts-Myrick-Jones House, built in 1890 for Judge Rufus Roberts.  This home now operates as a B&B. The Cedars below was built around 1822.  It …

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Milledgeville – Beautiful Old Homes – Part 1

Milledgeville – Baldwin County – There are so many great homes in Milledgeville, this will be two posts.  Milledgeville served as the state capital of Georgia from 1804 until 1868, when Atlanta became the capital.  Lots to look at in Georgia’s antebellum capital! There’s a distinct style of home that …

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