Still in Alabama, but a much more modest house this house overlooks the Seale Plantation. It was built in 1845 and is still in perfect condition, with its classic Southern-style white woodwork. It’s what’s known as an “I-style” house, with a long porch across the front. You can find it near the tiny town of Pine Apple, in Wilcox County, which at last count was home to only 145 people. It’s not the grandest example of a plantation house, but it’s been recently restored and is beautiful to look at.