Nunn Winston House

Nunn Winston House
Street address: 

550 Chadwick Ln.
Auburn, AL 36830

Open sunup–sundown.

307 S. Dean Rd.
Auburn, AL 36830


One of Auburn's finest examples of antebellum Greek Revival architecture dating from 1850s built by Samuel Nunn . Nestled in heart of Kiesel Park.


Mobility Impaired (ramps, toilet access from front of wheelchair, designated parking spaces)

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