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Brownfield House


category : Historic Homes
Built in 1850s prior to Civil War by Dr. Brownfield, one of Opelika's 1st physicians. Example of transition from Greek Revival to Victorian Gothic. Moved to present site and restored by Opelika Historic Preservation Society.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open by appt. only.
Address: 611 N. 8th St.

Phone: 334-749-0898

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