Historic Home of the Month
The original house was a three-room structure built by James R. Nichols. In 1898, he enlarged the structure. Leaving the original floors intact, and it acquired its present Victorian ambiance. There is fine workmanship, long leaf pine floors, pine trim, and archways. Upon Albert’s death, his son, Harry, inherited the home and lived in it the remaining years of his life.
The present owners purchased the home in 1976 and undertook the long project of restoration.