Built just after the turn of the century in 1903, the Davis-Shubert/Thomas House is a classic two-story Victorian era home built of frame construction.
The Gunter-Meely House, built circa 1907, boasts one of the most charming architectural styles of its time, craftsman/cottage.
Around the turn of the 20th Century, many families across America built no-fuss, square houses in what is referred to as the Folk style. Considered a “Folk” Victorian, this home was built in 1915 true to form to accommodate just plain folks.
Historically referred to as the Garden Court Apartments, the Grant Street Apartments (as they are called today) were built circa 1940’s.
This one of a kind jewel was built in 1939 by Mrs. Roy Nash as a wedding gift to her daughter, Margaret Louise Stuart Troup. Architect Edwin Lancaster, head of Auburn University’s College of Architecture, designed the Art Deco home.
Built in 1890, 601 Line Street is a one and a half story frame Victorian cottage with beveled siding and a hipped roof. The house features Queen Anne style decorative detailing.
The Cartwright-Swims/Smith House was built at the turn of the century in the year 1900. It is a two- story frame Victorian cottage with four steeply pitched roof gable dormers.
This 1888 home is a massive three-story Victorian built of frame construction with very distinctive shingle clad cross gables and two (possibly three) interior brick chimneys.
Built in 1905 during the era when the most famous architect in the South, Frank Pierce Milburn, was the sole architect for the Southern Railway, this iconic building is being restored by the City of Decatur.
Originally constructed in 1839, First Baptist Church is one of the oldest and most historic congregations in Alabama. First
Baptist continues to be a lighthouse to Decatur’s original neighborhoods
and the city.
The Morgan County Archives building first opened its doors to the public in 1927 as the headquarters of the Tennessee Valley
Serving as Tour headquarters this year, the Carnegie Visual Arts Center, originally constructed in 1904 as The Carnegie Library with funding from the Carnegie Foundation. It is one of the few remaining original Carnegie Library buildings in the nation.
The Old State Bank remains at its original site from when it first opened in 1833. The two story structure sports Federal Empire period architecture which was popular in the 1830s.