Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Gillman Hall

GILLMAN HALL (circa 1860) is among several lovely Selma homes
 that will be featured on the Historic Selma Pilgrimage  this spring.
 The GREEK Revival Italianate was constructed with solid brick
 and finished with stucco, and the front porch posts were fashioned
 from iron at the second owner's company, Selma Ironworks.

 Pilgrimage is March 14-15.  

Linking to ABC Wednesday where the Letter of the Week is G


Roger Owen Green said...

These are nice building, though I admit a certain antebellum weirdness.

RamblingRound said...

Roger, this one was "modernized." The original iron railings and fretwork were removed in the 1930s.

Linnea said...

I like the symmetry of this home. I'd love to see what's inside, too!

Lois said...

It's a beautiful house. I like the porch.

William Kendall said...

It is lovely!

Gina Brown said...


Leslie: said...

What a gorgeous home!
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Anonymous said...

A beautiful home.