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D'Evereux
160 D'Evereux Dr
Natchez MS, 39120
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One of Natchez finest examples of Greek Revival architecture, D'Evereux is fronted by six fluted Doric columns, that are twenty-four feet in height and spaced by 12 feet.

William St. John Elliott built the home around 1840 and named it after his mother's family. Mr. Elliott made his fortune as a planter, and along with his wife, Anna Conner, were among the leaders of Natchez society.

The home is currently a private residence and not on tour at any time during the year.
 

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160 D'Evereux Dr
Natchez MS, 39120
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