Pilgrimage Jubilee Of Homes- Green Tour

Historic Private Home Tours

Recognized as one of the South’s Top 20 Events—Celebrating 82 Years of Tours



514 2nd Street South
Circa 1850

Designed and built by James Lull for Col. Charles McLaran, this stately Greek Revival showplace has identical facades facing 1st and 2nd Streets. The main hall staircase rises four floors to the cupola. The cupola features stained glass windows representing the four seasons. A wall was designed to raise to the second floor to increase the size of the dining room.

Home of Mr. Mrs. Dick Leike/ National Register / National Historic Landmark

The Amzi Love Home

The Amzi Love Home
305 7th Street South
Circa 1848

An Italianate structure with Gothic and Greek Revival features, Amzi Love is the only home on tour that has remained in the same family for seven generations. Many of the furnishings and artifacts are original to the house. Owner Sid Caradine is a direct descendant of Amzi Love. His wife, Mrs. Brenda Caradine, is a founder of the Tennessee Williams Tribute in Columbus.

Home of Mr. Mrs. Sidney R. Caradine, III / National Register


1523 9th Street South
Circa 1857

Rosedale is regarded as Mississippi’s finest example of Italianate architecture. Built by Dr. William Topp, it was painstakingly and authentically restored by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Imes who purchased it in 1997. It features a superlative collection of wall coverings by Zuber and Scalamandre. Rosedale houses the largest collection of Rococo Revival furniture by John Henry Belter in the United States.

Home of Mr. & Mrs. Gene Imes / National Register