Rosemary Hall



        Rosemary Hall was built in 1902 by James U. Jackson, the founder of North Augusta.
Rosemary Hall has twenty-two rooms, plus eight in the attic. The impressive white house is surrounded by a porch with fifty feet high columns. The magnificent English staircase is one of the outstanding features of the house. The house is on the National Register of Historical Places. At the present time Rosemary Hall, like Look-Away Hall, is being used as a Bed and Breakfast. This would be a fantastic place to stay while you're in North Augusta or going to The Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
 
 

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