I recently went to the Presidential Mansion of the Confederacy in Richmond, Virginia.
Jefferson and Varina Davis lived here during much of the Civil War.
The house is now surrounded by the Virginia Commonwealth University medical buildings.
Above is the street view.
But from the gardens one can imagine how it looked when Varina Davis lived there.
Here's a Matthew Brady photo of the house from the National Archives. I assume this was taken in 1865 when Brady documented the fallen Confederate capital.
Street view about 1935
Garden view about 1910
The cupola on top is now gone.
Garden view about 1950
See two posts on the blocks Richmond and Christmas Star with stories of the Davis family in this house.
And see pictures of the interior here.