Built circa 1860 for William Sterling Roberts, of Roberts, Coskery & Company, a large grocery firm in antebellum Augusta. It became the home of the Platt Family, furniture dealers, after the Civil War and for a time in the early 20th Century was the home of Porter Fleming, a influential cotton broker and business man in Augusta. Another prominent Augusta family, the D’Antignacs, owned it for much of the 20th Century until Historic Augusta purchased it through its revolving fund in 1966. It was subsequently rehabbed as law offices. This fine classic Italianate style house features a typical hipped roof with wide eaves sheltering smaller sized windows on the third floor. The cast iron verandah and railings are particularly noteworthy on this house.