Rosedale

[Columbus, Mississippi] Rosedale is a historic Italianate style house that was built in 1855, near Columbus, Mississippi. (662) 328-0222 – (800) 920-3533 Open by appointment with two-day advance scheduling. This home is considered one of the finest examples of Italianate architecture in Mississippi. Rosedale has recently been entirely res...
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Rosedale

[Lynchburg, Virginia] Rosedale, a historic property comprising the Graves Mill ruins, Christopher Johnson Cottage, and Rosedale mansion, is located at Lynchburg, Virginia. The Rosedale property contains two buildings of major importance, the ruins of an 18th-century grist mill, and numerous subsidiary buildings. The earliest structure remai...
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Rosedale

(from the article `Toronto`) ...tall shade trees make this a pleasant area, complementing the ravines that form so important an element in the metropolitan parks system. One of ...
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Rosedale

(from the article `Kansas City`) ...Santa Fe Railway shops and rail yards and became the site of a smelter. These, except for Argentine (annexed in 1910), combined as a first-class ...
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Rosedale

[LIRR station] ==History== Rosedale Station was originally built by the South Side Railroad of Long Island. Depending on the source, the station was built either on October 28, 1867, May 1870, or July 1871. Either way it was originally named `Foster`s Meadow.` The station was abandoned in 1889, but may have been used as a freight house when...
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Rosedale

[TTC] Despite its proximity to downtown Toronto, it is one of the lesser used stations in the subway system, averaging only {formatnum:{{TTC ridership|Rosedale}}} riders daily in {TTC ridership}. This reflects the fact that no high volume surface bus routes connect to the station and the affluent Rosedale neighbourhood has a lower populatio...
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Rosedale

[Washington, D.C.] Rosedale, also known as the Uriah Forrest House, is an historic home, located at 3501 Newark Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Cleveland Park neighborhood. ==History== It was built in 1793 by Revolutionary War Colonel Uriah Forrest, thus making it the oldest home in Cleveland Park. A small stone cottage construc...
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Rosedale

[Middletown, Delaware] Rosedale is a historic home located at Middletown, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built about 1801, and consists of a two-story, brick rectangular main block with a two-story rear ell. Also attached is a three-bay, one-story wing constructed of a wood siding and two wings added to the rear (south) between 1960 to...
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Rosedale

[Washington, North Carolina] Rosedale, also known as Wharton House, is a historic plantation home located near Washington, Beaufort County, North Carolina. It is a large 2 1/2-story, frame dwelling with Greek Revival and Italianate style design elements. It was built as the home of David Bradley Perry, a prominent Beaufort County planter, a...
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