|Address:||600 North Gay Street|
|Architectural Style:||Second Empire|
|Year Built:||c. 1870|
|Architect/Builder:||Henry B. Curtis|
|Original Owner:||Charles Seeberger|
The home was built at the direction of Henry B. Curtis for his granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seeberger. Curtis was a very wealthy and prominent local attorney and businessman, and as an amateur architect, may have designed this house himself.
Built around 1870, this home boasts many well-preserved Second Empire features such as a mansard roof with colored slate design and dormer windows in the attic, an elaborate bracketed cornice, segmental windows framed by stone lintels, and a hexagonal bay window. Front and side porches are of a very ornate Gothic design. Sidelights and transom surround the front door. There are original servants wing located in the rear of the house.