The Stewart House

The Stewart House, built in 1906, has a Greek Revival Front entrance that is framed by four large gothic columns and a second-floor veranda. The brick path backs up to the entrance and onto a 1400 square foot wrap around porch. Once you have entered the central hallway of the home you are surrounded by rare wood moldings, columns and exquisite 10-foot pocket doors. This turn of the century home was built by prominent attorney Daniel Webster Stewart and his artist wife Alice, in 1903. The Victorian Era Home was constructed on land that had been the site of a union soldier’s encampment during the reconstruction period after the Civil War.