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Uncover the rich history behind the unique Webster House of Auburn property.

With several rooms filled with antiques as well as a 30'x71' pavilion connected to the house, you'll feel like you're stepping back in time.

Don't take our word for it though. Check out our photo gallery to see the beautifully preserved 1820s Greek revival.

Before Auburn existed, the area was a Creek Indian village in the 1800s. Now a part of the state historic registry, The Webster House of Auburn is possibly the only structure in Auburn that remains from this period. Today the property is used to host wedding receptions and events.

                                               •  1820s-1830s - the original house, likely a two-room log cabin, was built.

                                               •  April 1840 - the earliest records show 336 acres owned by Hick-co-gee. 

                                               •  December 1840 - 332 acres fell to So-sum-gar, a female Creek Indian.

                                               •  1840 - J.C. Watson granted land from the US after removal of the Creeks.

                                               •  1920 - E.E. Blanton purchased the property from E.C. Jackson.

                                               •  1922 - Webster family purchased the property from E.E. Blanton.

                                               •  1977 - Beverly Webster and her parents bought the property.

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Create your lasting memories here!

With several rooms filled with antiques as well as a 30'x71' pavilion connected to the house, you'll feel like you're stepping back in time.

Don't take our word for it though. Check out our photo gallery to see the beautifully preserved 1820s Greek revival.