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Roebuck Castle | Photo © 2023, www.abandonedalabama.com

Roebuck Castle

Roebuck Castle Known as the Roebuck Castle, this unique home was constructed in the 1970s on a large corner lot in the South Roebuck neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama. The five-bedroom, three-bath...

Van Pelt House | Photo © 2022, www.abandonedalabama.com

Van Pelt House

William Lester Van Pelt It later became the home of William Lester Van Pelt and his wife Lucille “Mamie” Hall. Van Pelt was a music professor who held frequent choir practices and classes...

Jones House | Photo © 2022 Bullet, www.abanodnedalabama.com

Jones House

John Erwin Located in Greensboro, Alabama, this Greek Revival house known as the Jones House was built around 1896 for Madison Jones Jr. and his wife Rebecca Francis Erwin, granddaughter of Alabama...

Johnston-Curtright House | Photo © 2023, www.abandonedalabama.com

Johnston-Curtright House

Johnston Family The Johnston-Curtright House is among Tuskegee, Alabama’s finest surviving Greek Revival dwellings, featuring a two-story portico with six fluted Doric columns and a...

Rockhaven

Rockhaven

Colonel J. S. Pinckard Rockhaven was a large mansion in the Capitol Heights neighborhood of Montgomery, Alabama, built in 1907 by James Steptoe Pinckard Jr. who was born on August 4, 1856, in...

Judge Singleton House | Photo © 2021, www.abandonedalabama.com

Judge A. E. Singleton House

Judge Singleton House This home located on North Prairie Street in Union Springs, Alabama was built by Judge A. E. Singleton sometime between 1900 and 1903. It was designed in the Eastlake style of...

Bradley-Smith House | Photo © 2023, www.abandonedalabama.com

Bradley-Smith House

Bradley-Smith House The Bradley-Smith House is a Greek Revival-style mansion constructed in 1907 for attorney Lee Bradley, located in a Jemison Company subdivision between George Ward Park and Glen...

Elm Bluff Plantation | Photo © 2023, www.abandonedalabama.com

Elm Bluff Plantation

John Jay Crocheron Situated on a bluff high above the Alabama River, the now ruinous Elm Bluff Plantation is considered by architectural historians to be one of the most refined and...

Greenwood | Photo © 2022 Bullet, www.abandonedfl.com

Greenwood

Greenwood Greenwood is an old plantation home built by U.S. congressman Sydenham Moore in 1856 located in Greensboro, Alabama. The home incorporated numerous decorative features and other...

Outlaw House | Photo © Russ Gorbaty

Outlaw House

George Cabell Outlaw Sr. George Cabell Outlaw, son of Tiberius Gracchus and Belle Garner Outlaw, was born in Mobile, Alabama, on July 19, 1886. After completing his secondary education at the...

Sadler House | Photo © 2023, www.abandonedalabama.com

Sadler House

Charles Woodrolph Hare The Sadler House was built in 1895 and occupied by Charles Woodrolph Hare who was an established attorney and political figure in Macon County. Hare was the editor for the...

morning view postcard

Morning View

Gen. Mitchell B. Houghton Mitchell Bennett Houghton was born on September 14, 1844, the son of William Henry and Elizabeth Ann Bennett Houghton. In July 1861, he enlisted in Newton, Alabama in the...

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