Co-Nita Manor | Perry County, AL | c. 1902
In 1896, Solon Lycurgus Coleman of Uniontown became the first graduate of the new pharmacy program at Auburn University. in 1906, Coleman bought this lot and shortly after, built this Neo-Classical style home on it.
According to the National Register of Historic Places:
It has a central double leaf entrance with fanlights and sidelights on both the first and second floor. The house has a full height portico with paired Corinthian columns and a main portico with smaller Corinthian columns. Other notable features of this house are the decorative quoins and exterior corbelled chimneys. It has 4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and is 3,381 square feet.
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