I love technology, especially when it helps us see beyond our usual small corner of the world.
Technology can even help us appreciate historic sites, such as this antebellum home at 2815 Oakland Gravel Road in Columbia, Missouri.
Here’s a link to a video tour the David Guitar Home at 2815 Oakland Gravel Road, built between 1859 and 1862. This late Victorian Italianate house became known as Confederate Hill in the 1940s when it was owned by Ward Dorrance, in reference to Guitar’s service in the Confederate Army.
The house was named to the National Register of Historic Places on Sept. 9, 1993, but today the house is vacant and on the market at recently reduced price — $499,000.
Here’s a link to the real estate listing which includes an excellent slide show, so you can see every detail on the house.
No matter how you take the tour, you don’t even have to leave your own home to see this beautiful, historic home.