Like many other late nineteenth century houses, the façade of this residence was altered about 1908 in the Classic Revival style. The impressive portico with Ionic columns, fine entry and balustrades are all typical of that style. At that time the walls were “plastered” to represent stonework. Notice the large magnolias which date from earlier than 1908. He house was built by William H. Burden who was president of the American National Bank.
923 High Street is stop 66 on the Lights on Macon tour.