William Walker Sr residence
The William Walker Sr residence was a Greek Revival house constructed in 1848 by William Walker Sr at 200 Broad Street in Elyton. The rectangular, hip-roofed mansion had four exterior brick chimneys serving eight rooms. Its two-story front porch was supported by large, tapered square wood columns. A gabled kitchen wing was attached at the rear of the house.
The interior of the house was divided by a wide passage with a balustraded stair. Moulding based on designs by Asher Benjamin were used throughout the house. The exterior was set off by a cluster of old oaks. Two graves, one of which bore the date 1819, were located on the grounds.
- Floyd, Katherine (July 28, 1937) "Walker House, 300 Center Street, Birmingham, Jefferson, AL" HABS No. ALA-425