The Lunney House Museum at 221 W. South 1st Street, Seneca. Dr. John Martin - Director & Curator. Welcome to the New South. Architecture & exhibit speaking in one historic voice.
A 1909 American Queen Anne style bungalow, carriage house and “two-seater outhouse” designed by Architect Charles Christian Hook. Former residence of Dr. W. J. & Lilian Mason Lunney.
The arts & crafts interior features art glass windows – original chandeliers – long-leaf pine woodwork and quarter-sawn oak mantel – English fireplace tiles – flat panel wainscot with burlap inserts – an 1866 Chickering & Sons “cocked hat” parlor grand piano – permanent exhibit.
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