Setting on a British Land Grant deeded in 1774, under British rule, Glenfield is a one level home built in two distinct architectural periods, 1817, when Spain was over the territory, and in 1845, English Gothic architecture. Glenfield is the only full English Gothic private residence in Natchez, and only one of ten in Mississippi. Formerly known as "Glencannon", the property was a prosperous cotton plantation prior to the Civil War when owned by the Cannon family. In 1880, descendants of the Cannons sold the home to Osborne King Field, and changed the name to Glenfield. The home and its original 150 acres is still privately owned today by the 4th generation descendant. View unaltered interior, a bullet hole remaining from the Civil War, stately antiques and family heirlooms, along with fascinating stories passed down through generations.