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Breston Plantation House

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Breston Plantation House in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana, was built in the 1830s. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
It is located behind the levee on the east bank of Riverton Lake, formerly the bed of Ouachita River, approximately above Columbia, Louisiana, near the community of Riverton. with photo and two maps {{cite weburl= title=National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination Form: Breston Plantation Houseauthor=Mr. and Mrs. Uriah M. Youngblooddate=Spring 1980publisher=National Park Serviceaccessdate=April 24, 2018 With .
The house shows a mixture of French Creole architecture and Greek Revival architecture. Exterior Greek Revival elements are its five-bay front facade, with center emphasis; six molded Doric posts and entablature of the front gallery; six matching pilasters along the front wall of the house.

See also

  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana

  • External links

  • Louisiana Herbs website

  • Category:Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Louisiana
    Category:Houses completed in 1835
    Category:Creole architecture
    Category:Greek Revival architecture in Louisiana
    Category:Houses in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
    Category:National Register of Historic Places in Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
    Category:Plantations in Louisiana

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