Green-Meldrum House, Savannah
the green-meldrum house is an interesting gothic villa designed by john norris in 1853. green was a wealthy cotton merchant. the green house was said to be the most expensive antebellum mansion in savannah at the time. later it became the home of judge peter meldrum. general william t. sherman made this home his headquarters during the occupation of savannah in 1864. the green-meldrum house is open to the public.
Built in 1853 in the Gothic Revival style, this house is most famous for being the headquarters of Union General Sherman after making his famous "March to the Sea" from Atlanta towards the end of the Civil War. It has elaborate iron work outside along with cut-glass windows that protrude from the outside walls giving light from 3 sides.
It now belongs to St. John's Episcopal Church but tours are given daily for a fee.