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The 1821 Goode-Hall House

November 2, 2018
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Constructed in 1821, the Goode-Hall House is a noteworthy (& rare) example of Jeffersonian style Palladianism in the deep south. Best parts? The deeply recessed temple front! Also, that elegant (if perilous) staircase!

 

Remarkably, the Goode-Hall House is still extant.

 

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