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Also known as the Saunders Hall, the Goode-Hall House is a historic home in Town Creek, Alabama. This antebellum plantation house was built in 1830 by the noted Methodist preacher, Reverend Turner Saunders. The house served as his plantation home until 1844, when he sold it to Freeman Goode.

The Goode-Hall House got its name from the combination of the two families that owned the property for a long time. In 1940s, the house was sold to the Hall family. It was later acquired by the Mauldin family who used its 1000-acre worth of land as a farm property. The house wasn?t really made a home for them, though, as the location of the plantation is quite remote.

The Goode-Hall House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places due to its architectural significance.
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