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Golf View Home Sold Frederick Md Hardwood floors
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Bedroom at Oak Alley Plantation Louisiana.
Oak Alley Plantation. This wonderful plantation was built in 1837 and it is also one of the most filmed for movies and TV series. The two storey Greek Revival style building has an encircling upper balcony. It was not for decoration. It was so that the family could move to any side of the house to catch the slightest of breezes which would make it feel cooler and reduce the likelihood of contracting malaria or Yellow Fever. Twenty eight Doric columns flank all sides of the totally square house with a front to back passage way. The Roman family, of French Creole ancestry lived here and had the house built. A brother of the home owner was also a Creole Governor of Louisiana. Although the house was not damaged during the Civil War it was sold in 1866 for a pittance as the plantation was not a large estate and it was by then no longer economically viable. Successive owners all failed at making a profit from the plantation. Fortunately the house was purchased in 1925 by Andrew and Josephine Stewart who had the house restored after it had been used as a barn and storage place. Josephine was the last person to live in it and bequeathed it to Oak Alley Foundation in 1972 so that it would be opened for the public to enjoy. The plantation has some historic gardens, a few slave cabins, and the stunning Oak Alley. The double Oak Alley is 800 ft long and is also 300 years old. At the end of the Alley is the levee and you can see the great ships travelling up the Mississippi to Baton Rouge.