Built circa 1897-98 as the residence of Henry Steiner Dunbar and his bride, Pauline Sledge Dunbar. Mr. Dunbar was a partner in a boot and shoe business with Robert A. Fleming, Jr., who lived in the 800 block of Greene Street. The house is an fine example of the Queen Anne style of architecture, featuring two colors of brick, wood shingles and stone on the exterior, a round tower on the front with a conical roof, stained glass, overhanging attic room in the front gable and a classically inspired front porch with Corinthian columns.