Roswell CVB | Mimosa Hall Saved from “Places in Peril”
Posted November 07 | by Dotty Etris

Mimosa Hall Saved from “Places in Peril”

On November 16, 2016, one of the most revered Roswell historic landmarks was placed on the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation’s 2017 list of ten “Places in Peril.”

Designed and built by John Dunwody (later spelled Dunwoody) in 1840, Mimosa Hall is a stunning Greek Revival with its lush and iconic gardens created by one-time owner, Atlanta architect, Neel Reid. The city of Roswell purchased the house in 2017 along with 9 acres with plans to respect the property’s historic significance and ensure the preservation of Mimosa Hall for years to come. The pre-civil war mansion will join the legacy of Roswell’s Southern Trilogy House Museums: Barrington Hall, Bulloch Hall and Smith Plantation, and other historic treasures in Roswell.

Mimosa Hall is not currently open to the public but watch for more information to be released in the near future.

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