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Located on Patterson Street, this stately neoclassical mansion with a crescent shaped tile and marble porch supported by 13 columns representing the 13 original colonies was built in 1898. The 23 room house was built by Senator W.S. West and is furnished in period. The house has a large ballroom and archestra room, ornate woodwork, numerous fireplaces and a wide curving stairway.

Open Monday through Friday 2pm-5pm; closed holidays.

Location: 904 N. Patterson St., Valdosta Georgia 31601 Telephone 912-245-0513

Other History nearby:
(Valdosta) Barber House
(Valdosta) Crescent
(Moultrie) Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library
(Tallahassee) FAMU Black Archives Center & Museum
(Thomasville) Pebble Hill Plantation

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