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The Crescent, Valdosta

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The Crescent, at 904 N. Paterson St. in Valdosta in Lowndes County, Georgia, is a Neoclassical house built in 1898. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
It is a three-story building with a monumental two-story semi-circular portico. It was designed by Atlanta architects Bleckley & Tyler and has also been known as the Colonel William S. West House.
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  • This is a beautiful old home. The wood working is stunning. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit. If Jerrold is there ask for him to give you the tour. He knows the history. Best tour guide I have... 
    This is a beautiful old home. The wood working is stunning. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit. If Jerrold is there ask for him to give you the tour. He knows the history. Best tour guide I have...  more »
  • Attended a friend's Dream Wedding here, what an awesome old house. Bearing in mind the age of the structure, it is in god shape. 
    Attended a friend's Dream Wedding here, what an awesome old house. Bearing in mind the age of the structure, it is in god shape.  more »

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