Constructed circa 1890, this is one of downtown Augusta’s most exuberant examples of the whimsical Queen Anne style of architecture. R. A. Fleming’s widow, Louise Anderson Fleming, had this building constructed shortly after his death, and the family remained there for three generations until the late 20th Century. Note the rich layers of detail using brick, weatherboarding, wood shingles, pressed metal roof shingles, cantilevered rooms, the curved front porch with turned posts, verge boards, fretwork screens, roof finials and a polychrome paint scheme.