Hwy. 16 near the Big Black River
The Bull Homestead consists of an early vernacular hall-and-parlor galleried cottage, built circa 1835 and enlarged about 1848, several adjacent outbuildings and barns, and a family cemetery. Situated on a knoll, the house faces north and is surrounded by large magnolia trees. This house and farmstead, dating from the settlement period of Yazoo County, has remained in the same family for five generations. The house is remarkably well preserved and a rare survivor of this type of architecture in central Mississippi. The Bull Cemetery is one of the earliest in eastern Yazoo County.