Magnolia Manor, circa 1849, housed Generals Grant and Sherman and was featured in National Geographic Magazine. Judge Austin Miller built Magnolia Manor and each brick was handmade and sun dried by the slaves on the Manor itself. The house has 13 in. thick walls and 14 ft high ceilings with 4 bedrooms in the main house – and 9 fireplaces! Take time while you are at the Manor to learn about the stories of it being occupied by the Union Army and ghost encounters people mention. The beauty of the gardens is also a great place to have a weddings. Don’t just pass by – stop in and see what Magnolia Manor has to offer with an unforgettable retreat and stay.
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From Memphis, TN take Hwy 64 East to Bolivar. Turn Left on to North Main Street in front of Courthouse. Magnolia Manor is .2 mile and the 5th two story brick house on the right with white, wooden columns. From Jackson, TN take Hwy 18 South to Bolivar. Magnolia Manor is 1.3 miles from the Hatchie River Bridge, or .4 mile from the Tate Street Caution Light on Left.
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