Historic Homes of Hincheyville

McEwen German House (Offices)
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

This building, another Italianate style building, was part of the original 11 acres purchased by John McEwen in 1842. John

Harris McEwen House
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

A small one-story brick house stood on this 11-acre lot about 1832. Ten years later a prosperous young Franklin businessman

House Of Stone
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

Renowned local physician Dr. Dan German built this unusual stone structure as a multi-family home in 1927. The stones used

Irion-Waggener
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

George Irion is believed to have built this Federal style home in 1830. Apparently Mr. Irion was not skilled with

White Deal House
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

This charming cottage is folk Victorian style built by Wiley B. White around 1909-1911. The house was in poor condition

Young Dannenfelser Cottage
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

This stone cottage is believed to have been constructed around 1928 as Hincheyville was getting its last “new homes.” During

Walker Whitson House
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

Rosa Walker bought this home from Sara Gooch in 1931. Mrs. Walker helped found Walker Chevrolet and ran it successfully

Smith Hardcastle House
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

Built in 1893, this was known for many years as the John R. Page home, for the local businessman. Page

Todd-Bibb House
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

This Colonial Revival style, ‘L’ shape designed house was built in 1884 by Mrs. Mattie Todd on 11 acres and

Scobey Dilorenzo House, Also The Cottage
Located in Historic Downtown Franklin

This charming Victorian house, built about 1893, became a Painted Lady in the 1980s. Seen most often in California and