975 Park Place

The first resident was William R. Ivey, a wood dealer at Bay and Elbert Streets in downtown Macon. John Burnett, who sold sewing machines, pianos and organs on Cotton Avenue, lived there c. 1908. There is fine applied detailing on the front porch frieze, supported by fluted cylindrical columns with Corinthian capitals.

975 Park Place is stop 105 on the Lights on Macon tour.