Built circa 1895 by the Augusta Real Estate and Building Association for Mary Walker Wallace, widow of John W. Wallace and mother of Fielding Wallace who would later serve as the President of the Professional Golfers Association. Mrs. Wallace lived here with her three sons until the 1920s. The Queen Anne style is identified by an irregular floor plan, a combination of roof patterns and wall surfaces, and often has second story porches, all of which are displayed on this modest example. Note the overhanging bay on the left side of the house and the alternating weatherboard and shingle siding.