This home showed how a wealthy a cotton factor lived before the civil war. While the home is quite small compared to the homes owned today by wealthy Americans, the rooms and furnishing are lovely. The home was purchased directly from the heirs of the last Low family member to live in the house by the preservation group that owns it today in 1928. The only changes made to the home since Juliette Gordon Low lived in the home were made in order to open the home for tours. The staff was friendly and the docent informative. A great experience.
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