Trinity Historic Home
A sugar farm in its heyday, it has always been one of the show places of the area.
Trinity, a masonry Greek Revival historic house located on Bayou Grosse Tete in Rosedale, Louisiana, was built by Dr. George Campbell between 1840-1850, some 11 years after he first acquired the property. Campbell owned the house until 1874, when it was lost in a sheriff’s sale. The historic home was owned by various parties for the next six decades and later became the property of Mr. T. G. Markley, who had it carefully restored, and furnished in period; and again it ranks with the fine old homes of Grosse Tete of olden days.
Trinity is a must see for live oak lovers. Only about a mile from Live Oaks, this home also faces Bayou Grosse Tete and is set back from the roadway, with a driveway centered between two rows of tremendous live oaks. *The house is privately owned, and is not open to the public. It can be viewed from the road.
North Iberville Driving Tour:
LA Hwy. 77 at I-10 through Rosedale, Grosse Tete and Maringouin, LA
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