Robert Short’s House
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Robert Short’s House information
Robert Short’s House , also known as the Short-Favrot Villa, was the home of a Confederate officer. The house was designed by architect Henry Howard, who is renowned in these parts. It’s an exemplary double-gallery home with fine cast-iron details, further distinguished by a cornstalk cast-iron fence, identical to the more famous one on the French Quarter walking tour.