Stanton Hall

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Master builder Thomas Rose completed this grand white stucco mansion, with Corinthian columns, 17ft-high ceilings and 50ft-long double parlors, for Irish-immigrant cotton broker and planter Frederick Stanton in 1857. Stanton called his home "Belfast" and planted 19 live oak trees (17 survive) on his property, which encompasses an entire block in the heart of downtown.

Useful information

Address : 

401 High St.

Phone:

+1 601-442-6282

Nearby tourist attractions

Magnolia Hall
Magnolia Hall
Distinguished by ornately carved
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Rosalie
Rosalie
From the second-story portico of Rosalie
1:30
Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Now owned by the National Park Service,
1:30
Longwood
Longwood
From a distance, this magnificent
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Magnolia Hall
Magnolia Hall
Distinguished by ornately carved
1:00
Rosalie
Rosalie
From the second-story portico of Rosalie
1:30
Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Natchez National Historical Park / Melrose Plantation
Now owned by the National Park Service,
1:30
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

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