What is now the rear wing of this house was built in 1856 for Langhorne and Mildred Scruggs. In 1901 the Scruggses' daughter, Sally, and her husband, bank president Edwin Reid, expanded the house in a Queen Anne style that bursts with a wide variety of forms, materials, and textures. The wooden house includes a tower, an oriel, a Palladian window in the gable, and a one-story wraparound Eastlake porch with wooden balusters and spindles.
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Langhorne Scruggs House
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