Oakland Plantation House (Gurley, Louisiana)
Oakland Plantation House
|Nearest city||Gurley, Louisiana|
|Architect||Thomas W. Scott|
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|Added to NRHP||October 3, 1980|
The house was built by Judge Thomas W. Scott in 1827. It has a wide front gallery, and the entrance is highlighted by two large double doors. Inside there are plank ceilings, Federal period woodwork, beaded board walls, and molded Adam style mantels.
The house fell into disrepair until it was bought in 1976 by an attorney, William Hutchinson McClendon III, and his wife, Eugenia Slaughter, who have fully restored Oakland Plantation.
- National Park Service (2007-01-23). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
- Butler, Anne, ed. (2009). The Pelican Guide to Plantation Homes of Louisiana, p. 127. Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.
- Malone, Lee and Paul (1989). The Majesty of the Felicianas, p. 59. Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.