Natchez Area Plantations & Mansions Photos

While the bulk of Natchez's heritage buildings are in the downtown core, many fine old homes dot the suburban areas.

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Longwood of mid-19th century Oriental style built for Haller & Julia Nutt. Natchez, MS.Hope Farm once home of a Spanish governor. Natchez, MS.Front entrance of Hope Farm. Natchez, MS.Dunleith Mansion. Natchez, MS.
Longwood of mid-19th century Oriental style built for Haller & Julia Nutt. Natchez, MS. Hope Farm (c1775-1789) (Homochitto at Duncan Ave.) once home of a Spanish governor. Natchez, MS. On National Register.Front entrance of Hope Farm. Natchez, MS.Dunleith Mansion (48 Homochitto at Arlington). Natchez, MS.
W.H. Braden Elementary School. Natchez, MS.Auburn mansion. Natchez, MS.Auburn mansion. Natchez, MS.Gloucester former home of Winthrop Sargent, first Mississippi Territorial Governor. Natchez, MS.
W.H. Braden Elementary School (Homochitto St.). Natchez, MS.Auburn mansion (c1812) (Duncan at Auburn Ave.). Natchez, MS. On National Register.Auburn mansion. Natchez, MS.Gloucester (c1803) (201 Lower Woodville Rd.) former home of Winthrop Sargent, first Mississippi Territorial Governor. Natchez, MS. On National Register.
Glenburnie planter's residence. Natchez, MS.Elms Court mansion. Natchez, MS.Elms Court mansion amid Spanish Moss. Natchez, MS.Linden once home of Thomas B. Reed, first elected U.S. Senator from Mississippi. Natchez, MS.
Glenburnie planter's residence (c1833) (551 John R. Junkin Dr.). Natchez, MS. On National Register.Elms Court mansion (1837). Natchez, MS. Style: Italian. On National Register.Elms Court mansion amid Spanish Moss. Natchez, MS.Linden (c1800) (1 Linden Place off Melrose Ave.) once home of Thomas B. Reed, first elected U.S. Senator from Mississippi. Natchez, MS. Style: Federal. On National Register.
Portico of Linden. Natchez, MS.Front door of Linden, now a Bed & Breakfast. Natchez, MS.Melrose. Natchez, MS.Melrose run by National Park Service. Natchez, MS.
Portico of Linden. Natchez, MS.Front door of Linden, now a Bed & Breakfast. Natchez, MS.Melrose (1845) (1 Melrose at Montebello Parkway). Natchez, MS. On National Register.Melrose run by National Park Service. Natchez, MS.
Courtyard of Monmouth mansion. Natchez, MS.Oakland built for granddaughter of Don Estevan Minor, Governor of Natchez Territory during Spanish regime. Natchez, MS.

Courtyard of Monmouth mansion. Natchez, MS. Oakland (1835) (9 Oakhurst off Old Pond Rd.) built for granddaughter of Don Estevan Minor, Governor of Natchez Territory during Spanish regime. Natchez, MS. Style: Greek Revival. On National Register.


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