Greek Revival house plan inspired by the “Dunleith” original home, Natchez, MS – circa 1856
A simple box in design, but grand in appearance. This stately colonnade has a total of 26 Doric columns surrounding the home. It includes full porches on the first and seconds floors that wrap around the entire house. With four floor levels, this house plan has plenty to expand and grow. An elevator makes traveling from the basement to the second floor a breeze. From the second floor you can take the stairs to the fourth floor (attic) to make use of this space as storage, entertaining, or whatever you heart desires. The full basement has a theater room, hobby room, full bar, billiards, and entertainment room. The main floor has a formal living and dining, office, kitchen, breakfast, and family room. The second floor has four bedrooms including the master, all with private bathrooms.
Fun Facts: The original Dunleith was featured in the James Brown biopic “Get on Up” in 2014.