Mimosa Hall
Mimosa Hall
Mimosa Hall Survey
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127 Bulloch Avenue, Roswell, GA 30075

Mimosa Hall & Gardens is a nine-acre antebellum estate located at 127 Bulloch Avenue in Roswell, Georgia. The 6,308 square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It was originally built in 1841 for John Dunwoody, a shareholder in the Roswell Manufacturing Company. That same year, a fire caused damage to the wooden walls, prompting it to be rebuilt in 1846 with brick walls.

The area around the house still boasts 14 of its original 15 gardens on the property. These include a sunken garden, a reflecting pool with surrounding garden, a weeping tree garden, a rose garden, and a cutting garden. The home has undergone several owners over the years, but has retained its historical character and charm, making it a tremendous addition to the City's award-winning Recreation, Parks, Historic and Cultural Affairs Department.

In August 2017, Mimosa Hall & Gardens, along with some of the home's historic furniture, was sold to the City of Roswell for $2.95 Million.

Community Feedback Needed

The City of Roswell is looking for citizen input concerning the possible uses for Mimosa Hall and Gardens. Feedback from the community will aid the City in determining the best use of the home and its gardens. Please complete the survey by November 30, 2017.

Mimosa Hall is owned and operated by the City of Roswell, Georgia.
127 Bulloch Avenue, Roswell, GA 30075

For more information about Mimosa Hall, please visit www.friendsofmimosa.org.