The abandoned Selma mansion. Selma is a historic property and former plantation in Loudoun County, Virginia, near Leesburg. Selma is best known as the residence of Armistead Thomson Mason, a U. Senator from Virginia from 1816 through 1817
111 Watson Street, The Faulconer House, Brush Park, Detroit, Michigan USA. Color photo taken in that time the house has been demolished. Hundreds of Detroit's mansions have suffered the same fate. The end of a gracious era.
Architecture - Abandoned Places - Ransom Gillis House in Brush Park, Detroit. This was once one of the grandest homes in Brush Park, which was a beautiful neighborhood in Detroit. Now most of the once proud homes in the area are abandoned.
Rocky Hill Castle is a historic plantation home in Courtland, Alabama. Built in the but when the Civil War broke out it was used by Confederates as a hospital. Some say that the spirits of Civil War soldiers haunt the premises.
The tower is outstanding on this Victorian house with elements of Stick Style (no gingerbread trim), French Empire (mansard roof), Richardson Romanesque (stone decorative edging) and Gothic (tall narrow windows).