Washington, Ga (Wilkes County) – Holly Court, also known as the Ficklen-Lyndon-Johnson House, has quite a history in its nearly 200 year history. It’s actually the result of 2 houses being combined in the 1840s! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, we get to take a peek inside at photos from 1970. We have toured several Washington homes before, links are at the end of this article.
Natchez, Mississippi – Another road trip! I had the opportunity to attend the Natchez Spring Pilgrimage, and tour some amazing antebellum homes. This monthlong tour of homes has something for everyone. One of my favorites was a visit to Richmond – a house built in 3 distinct phases.
Eufaula, AL – Happy Friday! Today we are sharing another great old mansion across the state line in Eufaula, AL. The Drewry-Mitchell-Moorer House was built in 1867 for Dr. John Drewry. Drewry, originally from Georgia, built this mansion just after the Civil War.
Brooks County, Georgia – Situated about 4 miles from the Florida border, Fernside Plantation captured my interest as soon as I saw it- what was its story? This antebellum plantation turned up an interesting history as I learned more about it.
Eufaula, Alabama – We venture across the state line to Alabama today for a look at the Shorter Mansion in Eufaula, one of the iconic homes in this beautiful town. The history of this mansion is an interesting one!