Elisha Morgan Farm Mansion

The Elisha Morgan Mansion is a Flemish Bond brick farm "mansion," built c.1817, and stands as a treasured historic landmark in the City of Fairfield. It has been determined that the house, as it presently stands, was constructed in three stages. The original Federal style front portion, facing Ross Road, was built by Elisha Morgan in 1817. The second Greek Revival style extension was added in 1858 by David Hueston. There is also a one-story third addition with a shed roof. The integrity of the home's interior is remarkable. Original Federal details include the open stairway, beaded fireplace mantels and trim at the front entrance, fluted wood work, panel doors and original wood floors.