Morton Museum

Coming Saturday, December 8, 2018 !

Eldrige-Heath-Rose Home

 326 S. Dixon
1892, J.G. Garrett, Victorian

 First hand-pulled elevator in Gainesville.  Fireplaces from the Chicago Exposition and Saint Louis Worlds Fair.   All original woodwork and spoon carved pocket doors.


 Conson-Graham Home
203 Church St.
1895, Victorian
Built in the Queen Anne style with a classic revival porch.  The heat was supplied by four coal burning fireplaces with heavy iron shields to radiate the heat.

 Perez Home
803 S. Denton
1921, Craftsman
Original built-ins, lead glass windows, large pocket doors; recently remodeled.

 Neelley Home
 804 S. Denton
 2016 Craftsman

 Thompson-Cheaney-Ross Home
 825 S. Denton
 1930, Bungalow
 Well-loved and maintained throughout the year.  Third family to own this home in 87 years, beautiful window casings and crown moulding.  Lots of windows to catch the breeze.



Daniels Home
510 S. Lindsay
circa 1898 by J.G. Garrett, Victorian Gingerbread Contains beautifully
handcrafted mantels that share a common chimney in the center of the house.