Browse Collection: Homes (33 total)

The McKee Home was built in 1846 by John Woodburn on the corner of Broadway and First Street. It was regarded as one of the best homes in Madison. It was lavishly outfitted with the best furnishings from Louisville and New Orleans. After Mrs. Woodburn died, John and two sons went to a plantation…

The home was built sometime before 1860 for the Captain Nathan Powell Family, a well known businessman in Madison. It was long known as one of the most beautiful homes in the city. The home originally was set back off the street and boasted lovely lawns and landscaping. There was a carriage house…

The foundation for this home was laid on June 22, 1872. It was built by Isaac Newton Todd, the youngest son of Abraham Todd. Isaac and his wife, Druscilla Hendricks Todd raised their family in this home. When the elder Todds were gone, one of their sons, William H. Todd, and his family continued…