These are just a few of the gorgeous-gorgeous homes in Eufaula:
Posted by ginger On Wednesday, January 28, 2009
This is the 1895 Foy-Beasley-Hamilton home on N. Eufaula Avenue, and it was designed by George Franklin Barber:
1884 Shorter Mansion:
Sparks-Bennett Home (1909):
Some of these I don't know the name of - this one is under restoration:
1860s Kendall Manor:
This is a close-up of the top:
1907 Holleman-Foy home:
1850s Dean-Page Hall:
1853 Rhodes-Schaub-Winkleblack home:
1860 Fendall Hall:
1858 Cato-Watson home:
Each year, Eufaula has a spring pilgrimage, and this year it is April 3, 4, and 5.
Eufaula has been called "the Natchez of Alabama" because of all the gorgeous homes. This was just a small-small collection of the pics I took, and I left out all kinds of really great houses just because there were so many! I think Eufaula probably has as many or more fantastic homes as Natchez. Not as many of them have been turned into B&Bs or have restaurants inside them, but they are just incredible...