This two-storied Queen Anne style home was built in 1896. It was originally painted in autumnal colors. Tall chimneys penetrate the complex roof of this asymmetrical house. It features a piazza with a bay over the front steps, a balcony above an elaborate bargeboard gable, and an unusual eyebrow dormer. Ceilings are 14 feet throughout the house. Huge sliding doors separate the parlor from the dining room. A smokehouse and a tiny-windowed winter flower pit are located on the lot with this house.
This house is located at 409 Main Street in Eutaw, AL (GPS coordinates 32.842135, -87.893269).
This is a private residence – drive by only.
Source: Walking and Driving Guide to Historic Eutaw, Alabama, prepared by the Greene County Historical Society