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c.1898 This Classic Queen Anne home has recently undergone restoration, and has remained one of Aberdeen's major landmarks for more than 100 years. Features original moldings, fine pristine wood work, and period antiques.
c. 1874. Italianate-Victorian home features plaster moldings, extensive collections of quilts, clocks and antiques.
c. 1848. Greek Revival. National Register of Historic Places. Experience the southern charm and old mansion atmosphere with all the modern conveniences of today.
Meetings, weddings and special event.
This early 20th century house, now located in Snowden Grove Park, was the summer home of the Snowden family. The home was restored by the City of Southaven, retaining 1920s style architecture. Open for tours by appointment only.
Until recently, Stanton Hall was only available for rent to members of the Pilgrimage Garden Club, to use as a reception venue on their special day. Stanton Hall is now available to the public to rent as a reception and/or wedding venue. The interior of the home is absolutely stunning and features gorgeous Cornelius & Baker chandeliers in the main entry hall, dining room, library, and double parlors. The hallway runs the length of the house and is highlighted by ornate egg & dart molding which is anchored atop large dental molding, allowing for a molding depth of over ten inches. This venue is so extraordinary that your guests will talk about it for years to come.
The main house will accommodate quite a few folks, but if you need more space the Carriage House restaurant is located just across the courtyard from the main house, and it's a great place for a band and dancing. When the weather is nice, the courtyard can be used for outside bar and food table setups. Stanton Hall is also located within walking distance of some downtown hotels and bed & breakfast facilities.
The home of Civil War General Stephen D. Lee was built in 1847 and is furnished with period pieces. Following the war, Lee became the first president of Mississippi A&M, now Mississippi State University. A preservationist, he was instrumental in establishing Vicksburg National Military Park.
c. 1837. Fourteen Doric columns support this classic four-floor structure. The classically-designed house combines Federal and Greek Revival features. The original servant quarters/kitchen as well as a kitchen built in the 1850s remain on the grounds.
Thomas Lanier Williams, whom the world would come to know as "Tennessee," was born in Columbus on March 26, 1911. He spent his early childhood in this Victorian house, which was the home of his maternal grandparents. Tour the house and its Williams memorabilia. Williams always considered Columbus home, and thousands of visitors from around the world descend on Columbus each fall for the Tennessee Williams tribute.
ca. 1828. The Cartney-Hunt House, the oldest brick house in North Mississippi, was built for one of Columbus' first merchants. This Federal-style structure won restoration awards, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a B&B.
Weddings, special events and corporate events/meetings. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
The Cedars is one of the oldest houses in Clinton and Hinds County. Built as a simple Greek Revival cottage, it has a center hall plan, two rooms deep, wide heart pine floors and well-preserved sliding panel doors.
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