The Miller-Davidson House
Come and take a step back in time to 1858, when the Miller-Davidson House was built in the Greek Revival style using locally quarried limestone. The house is truly one-of-a-kind, featuring an unusual arched foundation that sets it apart from the rest.
In 1935, the Federal Government's Historic American Building Survey recognized the house's historical significance, and in 1973, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a site to be preserved for future generations.
When Emma Davidson bought the property in April of 1945, it included not just the Miller-Davidson House, but also a barn, garage, and 17.65 acres of land. This unique package is a rare find and an incredible opportunity to experience a piece of local history firsthand. Emma was the widow of Walter Davidson who, along with his brother and his friend William Harley, developed a motorcycle that would become famous around the world!