Longwood

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From a distance, this magnificent octagonal "Oriental villa," as its architect, Samuel Sloan, described it, is an elegant shell. Only the nine-room basement floor was ever finished; work on the upper floors was halted in 1861 when the Yankee workmen fled after the Confederates fired on Fort Sumter.

Useful information

Address : 

140 Lower Woodville Rd.

Phone:

+1 601-442-5193

Nearby tourist attractions

Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Now owned by the National Park Service,
1:30
Magnolia Hall
Magnolia Hall
Distinguished by ornately carved
1:00
Rosalie
Rosalie
From the second-story portico of Rosalie
1:30
Stanton Hall
Stanton Hall
Master builder Thomas Rose completed
1:30
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Now owned by the National Park Service,
1:30
Magnolia Hall
Magnolia Hall
Distinguished by ornately carved
1:00
Rosalie
Rosalie
From the second-story portico of Rosalie
1:30
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Now owned by the National Park Service,
1:30
Magnolia Hall
Magnolia Hall
Distinguished by ornately carved
1:00
Rosalie
Rosalie
From the second-story portico of Rosalie
1:30
See all