The plantation of Isaiah Scott was formerly a rented property, but after he came into possession of its deed from its owner who perished in the Revolutionary War, he quickly transferred ownership to himself due to an absence of the man's will. While not agriculturally productive, the plantation sits out west on the bank of the river near Columbus, Georgia, useful for Isaiah's riverboat business. The residence is well maintained and the slaves are overworked.
Congressman, Georgia 1st District
The newly built home of Thomas Cole and his family, is the pride of his. Thomas personally oversaw the construction. Though he does not live on a plantation anymore. His family still owns one outside of Richmond.
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Thaddeus Steward is a man who finds large domiciles to be excessive and outlandish displays of grandeur. He prefers brick buildings for the sake of durability and those of a modest size to allow for ease of warmth.
The Broussard Home in Orleans, Massachusetts is a sprawling estate that was constructed shortly after the American War of Independence. It features lovely gardens, a small port for Pierre Broussard's sailing hobbies, several floors and many rooms. Pierre Broussard lives there with his wife and children, while his other estates in France and in the United States are occupied by friends or tended to by servants.
Post by Antoine Desrochers on Jul 1, 2014 1:21:58 GMT -5
The Desrochers Estate located in Queens was originally built and owned by a British Officer whose family left the Colony after the Revolution. Antoine, his wife Elisabet, and sons Jean-Claude and Jacques reside in the estate along with their multiple hounds.