642 Orange Street Lane

Typical of the style is the prominent tower with round-headed windows. Notice the pedimented window headers and the arched portico leading to an arched fanlight above the doorway. The house was built by Judge Clifford Anderson, who was a member of the Confederate Congress in Richmond, Virginia, was the uncle of the poet Sidney Lanier.

642 Orange Street Lane is stop 61 on the Lights on Macon tour.