Known as Coates / Burton Houseand is actually two historical houses that were moved to current site, combined and renovated in 1990’s and early 2000. The Coates House was named after J. T. Coates, a prominent citizen and circuit judge.
Hair used to bond interior plaster
Hidey-hole in upstairs hallway
Hiding places behind upstairs pocket door
Two original fireplace mantels
Built of Cypress from local brick
Burton House: Interior is reflective of the Arts and Crafts movement or Prairie style, two structures are connected by a hyphen built from salvaged materials from a home in Gorin, Missouri.