This Neoclassical Revival style house was completed in 1907 by Byron Glover who was a cotton broker. Mr. Glover decided to move to Savannah to seek his fortune in the cotton export business. He sold the property to James Pope Brown, a planter and politician.
In the mid 1900’s the house was bought by Robert H. Rush who’s family lived here until Mrs. Rush sold it to a 20 member investment group in 1989. After renovating the home the investment group opened the “Black Swan Inn and Restaurant”. (Black Swan was named after a steamboat that would travel the Ocmulgee River).
In 1996 The Black Swan Inn had the pleasure of hosting the Irish equestrian team during the 1996 Summer Olympics. After the closing of the inn, the property was purchased by Rebecca Sears in 1997.
Address77 Progress Ave
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