Tyrone Place (circa 1834)
A one-time owner created topiaried figures from cedar trees and named the house "Avenue of Cedars." A Greek Revival raised-cottage style home with unique split-level construction has the formal living room upstairs, with original heart pine floors and fourteen-foot ceilings throughout. During the Civil War, Sherman's army reportedly used the basement to make bullets. Soldiers' names can be seen carved in the rafters of the attic. Evidence suggests that a stockade for cavalry horses was located in the field to the south of the home. During restoration in the 1950s, five wells were discovered, with one showing a signature that it had been repaired in 1834.