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This imposing residence rose up from the ashes of a sugar plantation that had been practically destroyed during the Civil War. Rebuilt in the early 20th century by automotive innovator Howard Coffin, the property was later purchased by tobacco magnate R.J. Reynolds. Now known as the Reynolds Mansion, this 13-bedroom home played host to President Calvin Coolidge in 1928 and President Herbert Hoover in 1932.
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