This award-winning 120 sq.ft. floor was designed exclusively using reclaimed deadheads from the Suwannee. The focal point is a 53-inch medallion of end-grain bald cypress. Surrounding the medallion is a herringbone-patterned ring of heart pine, and next is a field of end-grain heart pine. The final component is a mitered border of rare curly pine. By Precision Floorcrafters, Summerfield, FL
Front of Belle Grove , one of the grandest plantation homes ever to exist. Built in Iberville Parish, Louisiana between 1852-1857 for the cost of $80,000, it is said to be the largest mansion ever built in the South. Abandoned in 1925. Destroyed by mysterious fire in 1952.
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