Rosalie Mansion, Natchez, Mississippi

i have to ask - forgot 2 yesterday. did you watch Downton Abbey? i had no clue it was ending so soon. i had to watch 2 shows in one sitting because our tower around here had been messed up (fall down, or something like that??!) due to the recent snowfall. so it was a long sunday night. all starting at 7:30 pm & ended after 10 pm. i loved it but not the hubby. ha. ha!! he missed the Simpsons, poor guy. what a sweetie to me. ain't love grand?! 

to you who have missed it - skip over this & read about Rosalie Mansion instead. 

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but if you did have the chance to watch, do you think Mr. Bates killed that valet (Green)? what will Edith do with the baby? who will Mary marry? so many suitors??!

& how did the British folks keep so quiet after watching the whole season before us Americans??! i would have popped!!! please let me hear your thoughts. i would love to talk.

welcome to the "Rosalie Mansion" - this one has amazing history.
i love this plantation home due to those amazing front steps. can you imagine getting married there? i can. a big old hoop dress. that would be freakin' awesome!! they were in the process of some renovations. lots of banging & hammering away. 

this home is also sort of across from one of our favorite must eat places when in the Natchez area ... "Fat Mama's Tamales" ...their sweet tea, tamales & subs are so delicious!! try to arrange your visit around lunch or dinner time. a must in my book.

have a great Tuesday!
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Lynn said...

I wouldn't mind living in a place like this :-). Haven't been watching Downton Abbey, though sounds like I should have with all of those plot twists.

Linda at To Behold The Beauty said...

I've never seen Downton Abbey, but I surely do hear a lot of folks talk about it. The mansion is beautiful, and it WOULD be a beautiful place for a wedding. Love the name of the restaurant you mentioned. Very colorful.

TexWisGirl said...

some mighty big columns.

Debbie said...

i totally missed the downton abby bus, it seems it may have been a bus i would have enjoyed!!

i have a date this afternoon with my son and his girl alisa. i can't wait AND we are expecting snow as well. this may just be the perfect day!!

Art and Sand said...

The balcony . . . those wonderful columns . . . the steps . . . gorgeous!

Missy George said...

Love the columns..Its just beautiful..I watched Downton ..I didn't realize that was the last for now...

eileeninmd said...

What a beautiful mansion! The columns are huge. Great shots, I have not watch this show! Beth, have a happy week ahead!

Blackberry Lane said...

It's a lovely mansion. I'd like to see it in spring or attend a wedding.

Tanya Breese said...

wow, beautiful home! i've not seen downtown abby but will probably catch it when they put it on netflix!

Southpaw Stitcher said...

Wow! No Downton Abbey fans here? Well, it's the consensus of my little group that Bates had something to do with Green's demise, but of course it was justifiable. It seems that Edith is going to place her newborn daughter with one of the tenant farmers at Downton and, of course, I'm sure that Thomas the snarky butler will discover that fact and out her. I'm hoping that Mary stays single, but am wondering what happened to Edith's boyfriend--whether or not he is still alive or maybe suffering from amnesia!

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