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Turley-Faw-Folds House

Mr. Turley was the owner of the Franklin Sugar and Syrup Mills in Franklin. He built the house in 1881 in the Queen Ann Style. It was originally built as a wooden frame, two-story house with a front entrance tower with arched front door and arched wrapped porch. In 1925 a fire destroyed part of the roof. Judge Faw added the brick to update the house. The arched front door and arched porch architecture was retained.

1003 West Main Street
Franklin, 37064