Greek Revival Style | c. 1848

One of two National Historic Landmark houses in Macon, this residence is built in the style of a modified Greek cross with a central rotunda featuring a spiral staircase that ascends to the octagonal cupola. The main rooms feature windows on three sides for maximum ventilation, important in the days before central air conditioning. Its plans are on file in the Library of Congress.

 

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