The house was saved from demolition in 1980 by William Newell who restored it. Margo and Jess Jordan of Mansfield, Texas, completed the restoration and interior decoration.
The house is now owned by John M. Holloway, Jr. and is home to the Law Firm of Holloway & Moxley, LLP.
- 5,300 square feet
- one-over-one window sashes
- finials on the dormers
- roof cresting
- fine pressed brick that is said to have been made of molasses, sand & oil
- The floors are of quarter-sawn oak banded in mahogany
- The wainscoting is also quarter-sawn oak
- The sliding pocket doors to the parlor are of oak and a burl wood imported from India
- L-shaped banquette under the staircase
All information herein was obtained from:
A Sense of Place: Montgomery’s Architectural Heritage 1821-1951
By Jeffrey C. Benton