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Bell House

Bell House



The Bell House is an important historic landmark located at 315 College Street. Its storied
history began with Nathan Beall, who built the home in the Victorian style in 1855. In 
1900, under the ownership of retired Confederate Capt. Samuel S. Dunlap, 18 massive 
Corinthian-style columns were added. The house was individually listed on the National 
Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places in 1972. The house was operated for 
about 20 years as Beall’s 1860 restaurant until it

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Bell House

315 College Street, Macon, Georgia 31201


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