A.C. Neville Home
Located at 905 South Monroe, Arthur Courtenay Neville built the home in 1890 on two lots he had acquired earlier that year. A third adjacent lot with an existing house was purchased in 1914. The heirs to the previous owner removed the older structure, creating a spacious garden for the home. The Queen Anne style architecture found on the exterior is influenced by both the Shingle and Stick styles. The interior features 10 foot ceilings and oak paneled walls, while a leaded glass skylight illuminates the main staircase.
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