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The Fairhope Plantation is a historic district in Uniontown, Alabama. It is composed of several historic buildings, but its main focal point is the main house.

The Fairhope Plantation?s main house is noteworthy for being a wood-framed Gothic revival house. It was built in the 1850s and is one of the last twenty structures in the said architectural style that?s still surviving in Alabama today. It was built for Joseph Selden and wife Elizabeth Collier Minge on the lot that was given to them by Elizabeth?s family. The house was constructed by the local builder Theophilus Gilliam Fowler.

Due to its architectural significance, the Fairhope Plantation was declared a US Historic District and then got listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage.
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