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Dunleith is a two story mansion in Natchez, Mississippi. It was built around 1856, as a replacement to an older mansion on the site known as Routhland. It was originally owned by the Rouths and Dahlgrens, and then sold the property to Alfred Vidal Davis, who built a new house and named it Dunleith.

The Dunleith was then sold in 1976 and was operated as a bed and breakfast. In 1999, it was sold again and restored.

The current site operates as a historic house mansion. It features the late 1800s mansion, along with the other structures in the 40-acre lot (dairy barn, carriage and poultry houses, and a brick dependency with a 19th century toilet and bathtub). It also has the brick steps original to the Routhland and the 250 year old Magnolia tree.
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