The boyhood home of the great Confederate cavalry general, Nathan Bedford Forrest, is located on land that was originally a Revolutionary War land grant. A very popular lodging facility for golfers, vacationing families, corporate retreats, etc.
This site served as the only military action of any consequence in Marshall County in 1863.
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Over the years the property has previously been used for an auto body shop, car wash and a manufacturing operation and would be well suited for similar uses in the future. 1990 shop addition to add 40 x 100 (4000 sf) metal building, 20 x 55 (1100 sf) metal building, 40 x 80 (3200 sf) metal building and concrete truck loading dock. All metal shop buildings feature 12-16’ high ceilings with remnants of an overhead crane system.
Seller reserves the right to refuse any and all offers submitted and may withdraw the property from offering without notice. This metal construction Lake Texoma home is ideal for the family looking for a weekend retreat at the lake. Please note that many of the dates and facts were obtained from articles appearing in various articles appearing in The South Reporter, Holly Springs, MS.
Athenia (formerly known as Oakleigh or West Home or Clapp-Fant House) (1858) Salem Ave - This home was built by Judge Jeremiah W. Athenia Plantation (1850s) – Athenia was home of Lumpkin-Jones families, prominent landowners in south Marshall Co, which is now demolished, located 2 ½ miles south of Holly Springs, home of Henry Alexander Jones. Autry Place (1840) corner Van Dorn & Walthall, the house of James Autry, who was here during the Civil War and was a Lt.
Bishop Cottrell's "Castle" (ca 1890) West Boundary St, built by Elias Cottrell, born a slave, who was sent north to receive an education. Cloverland Plantation (1848) - now demolished, was located east of Hudsonville on the Sylvestria plantation and 6 miles NE of Holly Springs, home of Robert H.
Confederate Armory Site aka Jones-McElwain and Company Iron Foundry, N of Holly Springs on 320 acres. Cottage Hill - Howard Jones and his bride Eleanor Walker received this house in 1923 as a wedding gift. Depot & Hotel, The Old (see Illinois Central Railroad Depot & Hotel) (1859) Van Dorn Ave.
Dunvegan (aka Norfleet-Cochran Place) (ca 1845) corner Gholson and Craft – Built by Jesse P. Finley Place (aka Jones-Shuford Home) (1856) Falconer Ave - The property was sold by William Chisolm to Mrs. Greenwood (formerly known as The Mimosas) (1837) Built by Colonel Roger Barton, one of four founding planners of the town of Holly Springs. Greenwood Plantation (1838) Plantation once owned by the Hull family and the Alfred Brooks family. Grey Gables (formerly known as the Nelson Place) (18470), College Ave – Built by Morris Hatchel, originally owned by W.S. Happy Hill Plantation (location of Alexander-Tyson Home) (ca 1830) - present day location of this former plantation is intersection of Highways 78, 7 and 4 (the new Walmart is located on this property).
Illinois Central Railroad Depot & Hotel (1870) Van Dorn Ave, this building replaced the old depot that was blown up in Van Dorn's raid from a drawing by Simplot of Harper's magazine in 1862. Kate Freeman Walthall Clark Art Gallery (1848) College St - Displays over 1,000 paintings of Kate Freeman Clark's work while she studied under William Merritt Chase in NY during the early 1900s.
Kirk Home (1855) Cornersville - Built in slave days of virgin timber and was owned by the Kirk family. Marshall County Historical Museum (1903) College St, built as a dormitory for the old Mississippi Synodical College - Houses many local historical artifacts and features a Civil War Room. McGowan-Crawford House (1858) – A brick mansion built by Alfred Brooks as a gift for his daughter.
Morro Castle Plantation (circa 1857) – Morro Castle was never completed and is now demolished.
Presbyterian Church (1869) - The Presbyterian Church was in the process of being built in 1861 when the Civil War hit town and construction was placed on hold for the war years. Rust College (founded 1866) - contains one of the oldest buildings in the USA dedicated to Black Education.
Rutledge (1860) Gholson St., the back portion was built in 1860 by Walter Goodman, President of the Mississippi Central Railroad, for his son. Snowdoun Plantation – Owned by the Govan family on Sylvestria Road, it was burned during the Civil War, home of Sally Govan Mott (wife of Brig. Strawberry Plains (1851) Highway 311 – Built by Eben Davis of VA (cousin of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy) on a 4000 acre plantation.
Summer Trees (1851) Red Banks, MS – Built by Washington Sanders Taylor on land purchased from the Chickasaw Indians.
Thesion (1836) Spring St & Gholson Ave, originally built of logs (now covered), built by and home of the county's first probate clerk, Gordentia Waite. Walter Place Estate (1858-59) Chulahoma Ave – Built by Colonel Harvey Washington Walter, a lawyer and investor. Woodland (1844) eight miles north of Holly Springs – Built by Richard Oscar Woodson (born 26 May 1813, Cumberland Co VA). Yellow Fever Martyrs Church & Museum (1841) restored by the Historic Heritage Preservation Corp. William Forrest, the general’s father, bought the house and land, moved the family from the frontier village of Chapel Hill to this location and lived here from 1830-1833.
1831, was the center of a thriving antebellum plantation that remained in one family for more than 150 years.


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Currently he is the Design Director at CW Keller + Associates, a digital fabrication design and engineering shop in New England that specializes in complex millwork and concrete formwork. Since 2011, she has directed efforts to expand the firm’s prototyping facilities and portfolio, extending NADAAA's geographic reach and capacity to deliver large projects. This multi-disciplinary approach leverages his knowledge of urbanistic, architectural, economic, social, sustainable, and technical challenges to develop creative and inventive design solutions. His initial career as an architect transitioned into real estate development, specializing in regional shopping centers and urban retail-centric MXDs. He has taught at the California College of the Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Northeastern University, Rhode Island School of Design, and Wentworth Institute, where he is an associate professor. He brings to each project a designer's sensibility coupled with the technical expertise and rigor that enriches architectural ideas. She was the Principal Investigator for the AIA Upjohn Grant on thermal bridging, and is a Lecturer at MIT Architecture. AIABaltimore serves as the voice of the architecture profession in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
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Randolph, land surveyor in the early 1830s; purchased in 1870 by James House who doubled the size of it and changed it to face south instead of west. It was the first plantation in the county and was settled by the first white settlers, Robert Burrell Alexander and his father, John Edmund Alexander, both of VA. Additional historical information: Although, Hazelwood was demolished several years ago, the base of the chimneys, cistern, well, and part of the foundation remain.
The home is located at the top of a glen above the springs where the settlement of Holly Springs began. At one time the depot was the hub of the community with many of the residents in their horse and buggies waiting to see the arriving passengers. She returned to her native Holly Springs in 1923 and stored her work until her death in 1957. The house originally was located on the site where the third Presbyterian Church is located. It was built as a saloon by Oliver Quiggins when he returned home after being held as a prisoner by the Union Army during the Civil War. The land was originally owned by Chickasaw princess, Delilah Love, and her Scottish husband, John B. A log house was built first in 1844 which became the kitchen when the larger home was built. Originally built as Christ Episcopal Church and used until 1857 when it was purchased by the Catholic congregation.
The site includes the original two story 1820’s cedar cabin and barn plus 57 acres of woods and farmland. The Facades+ conference series is a robust dialogue encompassing all things building skin—bridging the profession, industry, academia, operations, and ownership.
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By guiding physical, social, and economic change in neighborhoods and downtown, the BRA seeks to shape a more prosperous, resilient, and vibrant city for all. Throughout his over 25-year career, his strongest contributions have been developing construction documents and ensuring the design integrity translates to a constructible and well-detailed building. He was previously a professor of architecture at MIT, where he served as the Head of the Department from 2010-2014. They are known for their progressive approach to designing architectural structures, and are often sought out by those who need assistance with challenging systems. Love is a licensed architect with a BArch from Carnegie Mellon, and Masters in Building Technology from MIT and received the Tucker-Voss Award. The chapter consists of nearly 1,300 architects, emerging professionals, and allied industrial members united to demonstrate the value of architecture and design.
Property features include 3-phase 480 electricity, remnants of an overhead crane system, concrete truck loading dock and 1,424 sf of office space. All acreages are approximate and have been based on Arial photography, tax maps or plat maps and are in no way guaranteed. There is a 40'x 40' storage area behind the living quarters perfect for storing your boat and lake toys. Egbert Jones was born in VA in 1868 and she married Egbert Jones, who was from Holly Springs.
It sits on the same lot as the "Hammond House" that burned in 1990, which faced Van Dorn Ave and Farewood faces Maury St.
Winfield Scott Featherston married McEwen's dau, Elizabeth, in 1858, and they lived in this home and raised their family here until 1900. Robert Burrell Alexander built a two room double log cabin on the crown of the hill, which eventually grew to 13 large rooms. He was a surveyor for the American Land Co., and was charged with setting the metes and bounds of lands opened for development following the Chickasaw Cession of 1832.
Her great uncle was Major General Edward Carey Walthall who, after the War, was a United States Senator.
When Margaret died after the birth of her fifth child, the house was sold to Judge James T. The two rear one story wings were finished and lived in by William Blanton Lumpkin until his death in 1877. It operated as a saloon until prohibition in 1919 when it was converted into a grocery store. The northern soldiers marched around town blowing the organ pipes and the pews held feed for the horses.
He built a Methodist Church, which burned, and gave the land for Strawberry Church from his plantation. When the front walk was redone about 1950, upside down ale bottles from the Civil War period were found lining the walk. A perfect setting for corporate retreats or family reunions with conference facilities accommodating up to 160 people. In 1997, the Sons of Confederate Veterans acquired the property and began the restoration and maintenance of this historic site. We've distilled the best of the Facades+ 2-day event into a quick-take morning forum with a strong local flair—Facades+AM—this time tailor-made for the Boston area. We invite you to join the conversation as we bring this forum to Boston for the first time. Salvas worked on the iconic Barclays Center in Brooklyn, as well as designing and executing facades with OMA, Neil Denari, Jean Nouvel, and Diller, Scofidio + Renfro.


After receiving an MBA from Boston University in 2010, she looked for an opportunity to re-focus the business of design and joined former schoolmates Nader Tehrani and Dan Gallagher in launching the award-winning firm, NADAAA. Diana began her publishing career as Director of print production for The Gap’s European markets. Nagahiro has led a number of urban design and complex mixed-use architecture projects that have been catalysts for the revitalization of undeveloped and underutilized urban sites.
His focus over the past ten years and going forward is guiding WS Development’s masterplan, urban design and architecture of mixed-use buildings and public realm improvements in Boston's current mega-development, Seaport Square. With Michael Kubo and Chris Grimley, he authored Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston, published by The Monacelli Press in 2015. Carlson's department participates in this mission through design review on projects from signage and modest improvements, to historic areas, to major multi-building projects and campuses. He has established his reputation as an even-handed, pragmatic, and engaged representative of the design team.
As the principal and founder of Office dA, Tehrani’s work has been recognized with notable awards, including the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture and the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Architecture. Although Studio NYL is recognized for its skins work with cutting edge glass and glazing, their team also specializes in digitally fabricated metal skins and facades, GFRC, reinforced polymers, stone, ultra high performance concrete, fabrics, terra cotta and traditional precast.
Prospective buyers should rely on their own personal inspection of the property and its title. The design of the improvements make it very easy to add additional living area and very low maintenance.
The front door of this home opened onto Chulahoma Ave and the back door to a 4000 acre farm. 672) and later sold on Sep 28, 1861 to James Jarrell House (Book Y, 488) who sold it to Phillip Pointer, son of Dr. It was purchased along with Polk Place by Oscar Johnson in 1900 when he inherited Walter Place. A hundred years ago the Christmas custom was to have a Christmas tree lighted with candles. Rather, Architect, from a sketch by Moultrie Lacey who lived here during the 1920s & 30s with his mother, 2 brothers, and grandmother. It was named for an Indian princess, Latoka, daughter of a chieftain, who lived in this area before Holly Springs was founded.
After the war, the northern people were so incensed by Grant's disrespect for the sanctity of the church they sent money to assist in the completion of the church and donated the beautiful Czechoslovakian windows.
Although not open on a daily basis at this time, tours are available by calling for advance reservations. He also teaches building technologies at RISD and Northeastern University and was an Assistant Professor at Auburn University’s School of Architecture.
Recently completed projects include the Raemian (Samsung) Model Home Gallery, Melbourne School of Design, and the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. David’s most recent projects include: 121 Seaport in Boston, Twenty l 20 in Cambridge, 10 Farnsworth in Boston, and the Nantun Tower in Taiwan.
He was one of the 2015 Shattuck Award winners, given to a group of the City’s ‘unsung heroes’ in honor of dedicated service above and beyond the norm. Gerry's many collaborations have been published in journals such as Abitare, Composicion Arquitectonica, Progressive Architecture, and Architectural Record. Throughout his career, Tehrani has received sixteen Progressive Architecture Awards as well as numerous AIA, Boston Society of Architects and ID awards.
Coxe was married to Amelia Brailsford, a descendant of General William Moultrie of the Revolutionary War.
His father, Micajah Autry of NC, was a hero of the battle of the Alamo whose wife moved to Holly Springs when he died. Congressman in TN and mayor of Memphis, whose mother lived in this home until her death at age 98 in 1940. Originally on this site was the home of William Randolph, founding father of Holly Springs, whose home burned in 1857. During the Yellow Fever epidemic in 1878 the Sunday School rooms on the first floor were used as a morgue. The plantation was self-sufficient and had an ice house, flour mill, blacksmith, carriage house, cotton gin, stable, slave quarters and the school for Davis' children and the slaves' children.
It was later made into the Presbyterian College, part of the Mississippi Synodical College (established in 1883). The Seller nor Buy A Farm Land & Auction Company LLC assumes any liability for the accuracy, errors or omissions. Judge Clapp escaped capture during a Northern raid by hiding in the hollow of the Corinithian columns supporting the veranda roof. It was one of the first ever on tour in the Centennial Celebration in 1936 known then as Tuckahoe (Jim Tucker lived there). During the Civil War, Davis left for his other plantation in Alabama, and left his wife, Martha Greenlee to run Strawberry Plains. She left her home to Holly Springs along with her paintings and enough money to build the art gallery next door to display her paintings. Judge Watson's step-daughter, Anna Robinson Watson, was the poet laureate of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Others are in the Presbyterian and Episcopal churches and one was in the beautiful little auditorium of the Mississippi Synodical College, which was torn down in 1945 to make an empty lot. It was purchased in 1900 along with Featherston Place by Oscar Johnson when he inherited Walter Place. It was also the home church of the Mississippi Synodical College and the College girls were required to attend church.
More history [Photo courtesy of: Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, Vol II, Franklin L.
George Finley then purchased the home in Aug 1906 and left it to his son, Thomas Finley, in Nov 1923, whose dau, Ruth Finley, lived her entire life in the home.
The house stood on a hill and thus a person on the observation cupola would have been able to get a general view of much of the surrounding plantation land. West, an executive with the MS Central Railroad and a Brigadier General in the MS State Army.
The Finley sisters donated Finley Place and Strawberry Plains to its current owner, the National Audubon Society.
At one time, Judge Alexander Mosby Clayton, a federal judge and later a district Judge of the Confederacy, also lived here. More history [The South Reporter, Apr 14, 2005; photo, courtesy of Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, Vol.
It is currently owned by Ben Martin who changed the name of the home to Athenia in honor of his family's home, Athenia, that was never completed due to the Civil War. Photo entitled West Home copied from Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, Vol II, Franklin L.



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