Location Information
(for the "Errolton")
Name:"Errolton" [Weaver House]
Address:216 3rd Avenue, South
City/County:Columbus, Lowndes County
Architectural Information
Construction Date:1854
Architectural Styles(s):Gothic Revival
No. of Stories:2
Registration Information
NR Listing Date:16 Nov 1978
NR District Name:South Columbus
NR Status:Contributing
Element No.:339
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Built in 1854 for William B. Weaver, "Errollton" is architecturally notable as one of several houses in Columbus designed in a locally distinctive style that combines elements of the Greek Revival and Gothic Revival styles in a remarkable cohesive manner. The house was listed individually on the National Register on 16 November 1978, and it was later also listed as an element (#339) of the in the South Columbus Historic District, which was placed on the National Register in 1982.

The house is included in "Shrines to Yesterday" (1968), "Historic Architecture in Mississippi" (1973) (p. 119) and "Reflections: Homes and History of Columbus, Mississippi" (2001) (pp. 86-87), and "Buildings of Mississippi" (2020) (p.184, in the listing for Houses in South Columbus, PR25). [HABS: MS-103 (1936)]