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Chantilly, 7886 Alabama Highway 61, Newbern, Hale County, AL

Chantilly, 7886 Alabama Highway 61, Newbern, Hale County, AL

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Moved in 1996 from its original location at 1502 Tuscaloosa Street, Greensboro, AL.
2001 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry
Significance: Chantilly was moved to this location 9 miles from its original location at 1502 Tuscaloosa St., Greensboro, AL. Pier foundation and chimneys to be reconstructed due to relocation of house. Fireplace...not constructed since relocation in 1996.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N596
Survey number: HABS AL-990
Building/structure dates: 1996 Subsequent Work



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Auburn University Rural Studio, sponsor
Humphries, Christopher, delineator




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