Dasher-Stevens House, 1880s & 1904, Macon

One of Macon’s most unique homes, this was originally built as a clapboard house typical of the Orange Terrace neighborhood but was remodeled, based on plans by architect Peter Dennis, in 1904. W. P. Stevens, owner of Stevens Pottery, expanded on Dennis’s design and added terra cotta highlights, reflecting his prominence in the ceramics industry. In later years, the house was used for boarders and as offices.

National Register of Historic Places

1 thought on “Dasher-Stevens House, 1880s & 1904, Macon

  1. Anne Chamlee

    My husband’s architectural office was in this lovely home in the 1970’s along with two other business offices —


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