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Birmingham’s Circa 1845 Arlington Place

February 26, 2019
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Constructed in the mid 1840’s for Judge William S. Mudd & originally named “The Grove”, Arlington Place is the last remaining Antebellum home in Birmingham. Favorite parts? Those porches! Also, that fun breezeway out back! More info on Arlington Place can be had here.

 

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