One enters the Master Bedroom from the Library. There is a fourteen foot ceiling with Italian carrera marble mantle reclaimed from an Antebellum mansion which had been destroyed by fire in Natchez, Mississippi, circa 1818, with hand painted surround and summer screen representing al the colors of the room. The duplicate Italian marble mantel is located in the “Gone With The Wind “room. Above is a hand painted French gilded trumeau.

The arched bay represents the Greek Revival symmetry, matching the west by “Gone With The Wind Room.” The entire front of the home is symmetrical. From the foyer to the west, the same dimensions of the rooms are duplicated on the east side of the foyer. On the east side of the Foyer is this Master Bedroom. This Master Bedroom is large and has a Bedroom Annex on the north side of the room with two double doors into the annex from which one enters.

The Master Bedroom Annex is furnished with dressers and armoires and a French antique settee. Adjoining the annex is the kitchenette and “Her” closet. Going north through the kitchenette, one enters the area where there is a lavatory, bidet, and another sink. This room is the original northeast corner of the home. From this point, new construction was done, and one steps down one step into the construction of the Master Bedroom.

 

 

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Kitchen ~ Hallway-Northwest Wing ~ The Blue Room ~ The Dining Room ~ The Library ~
Napolean's Bathtub ~ Master Bedroom ~ Guest Cottage and Pool House ~
Additional Outbuilding
 

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