The Green Meldrim house is absolutely gorgeous. We had two guides.. one for each floor and both were very knowledgeable and gave us great information on the house. It is beautifully appointed and very ornate complete with marble fireplaces and silver doorknobs. The furniture really shows the opulance for the time. It was built in the mid-1800s. It really felt like we stepped back in time when we walked through the doors. The house isn't open every day as it is also the residence of the clergy for St. John's. The place is still actively used.. even the silver. This is where Sherman stayed on his March to the Sea. That invite probably saved the city from burning. I recommend touring this house.
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