The Parlor has a 14’ ceiling, as do all the rooms on the main level of the home. There is a pre-Civil War “Red Glass” bronze candelabra, electrified, which was purchased in Atlanta, and an original Louis XV 6’ marble console table (one of the most hand-painted shroud representing every color in the room, and there is an original photograph of this room from the late 1800’s found on the property.

It should be noted that the home was in such horrible disrepair that all of the pertinent pieces to the home were stolen, including fireplace mantles, hardware for the doors, including the door knobs and door bolt assemblies. All of the chandeliers were gone, and there were large holes caused by termites and weather to the structure itself.



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Napolean's Bathtub ~ Master Bedroom ~ Guest Cottage and Pool House ~
Additional Outbuilding

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