Was quite blown away by the interior of this home . . . well worth the visit. The details of the architecture and moldings, practicality of the doors, charm of window seats, and beautiful floors add to the breathtaking scale of the rooms. The mirrors alone are amazing.
As mentioned by others, Sherman stayed here following his march to the sea. The very smart home owner and others helped save Savannah from destruction. On another interesting note, Sherman's grandson was married in the church next door who owns the house in the 1980's (pretty surprising).
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