Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Platt-Lewis-Gayle House

Not all antebellum homes in the South are mansions. This two-story charmer was built in 1849 by a local businessman and will be open for tours during the Selma Historic Pilgrimage March 14-16.

11 comments:

marley said...

Lovely looking house. I love the lemony colour.

Clueless in boston said...

Beautiful house. It has a very nice porch.

Jim said...

I am like clueless, I love the wrap around porch.

Marcel said...

Beautiful! I love these old homes. A very nice photo too!

Midas said...

I like looking at those old charmer house.

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J. Andrew Lockhart said...

beautiful, just beautiful!

Nathalie said...

What a charming home. I think I could live here.

Your pasta bridge of a couple of days ago was most intriguing, and the bird flock in the trees very spectacular too !

smilnsigh said...

Just lovely! Painted a soft yellow, too. :-)

Oh how I wish I could tour it!! Oh sigh!

Mari-Nanci

oldmanlincoln said...

This is a very nice house.

Jana said...

What a beautiful house. I love the porches and other details.

Corey Templeton said...

Nice picture, I would love to have a porch like that.