My grandparents bought this property in the early 1900's.. My grandfather had the cabin build in the 1920's. Teddy Roosevelt visited a part of the property in about 1915, that part was added in 1969 to the original plot, it is mentioned in Roosevelt's diaries.
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Our log cabin was on tour with the Pass Christian Historical society May 1, 2011. Come stay in a historic site. The only remaining part of the estate of Governor Parker who, in 1915, hosted a visit here by Teddy Roosevelt. The log cabin lies in over 2 acres of garden and is set back from the more than 190 feet of beach…
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100% of guests would stay again
Left on Apr 07, 2014 for a stay in April 2014
My wife planned this visit as a surprise trip for my 60th birthday. This is a super neat little cabin, perfect for the two of us. Old place, but clean. We enjoyed the screened in porch each night and a fire in the outdoor fireplace(be sure to bring your own firewood as none is furnished). Large former estate with view of the ocean in the distance. Fully equipped cabin. Would love to know more … See more