From the inventive fixtures (electricity wasn't placed in the house until 1921) to the beautiful ceiling work to the hidden closets (they taxed the rooms in the house so they didn't have closets) this is the house to see. We were fortunate enough to speak to a woman that was a friend of one of the Meldrim children. She talked of roller skating up and down the hallway floor with her friend. This house is just beautiful. If I were going to see only one house in Savannah, this would be the one!
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