La Vita E' Bella
Records show that John Anderson, an influential citizen in the days of the town's early formation, owned this property. For many years the home was occupied by descendants of the Anderson family and became known to locals as "Miss Will's (Anderson) House." Restoration efforts began in the 1970's by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin. The beautiful, steeply-gabled home has beveled, leaded glass in the front door and front sidelights, a wraparound front porch with turned posts, original windows, panes, fireplaces and mantels.