Mallory-Neely & Magevney House
Return to the splendor of the Victorian Era when you tour the historic Mallory-Neely House.
Walk through this three-story Italianate mansion and see how an affluent Memphis family once lived.
Built in 1852, the 25-room home contains stenciled and hand painted ceilings, parquet
flooring, and stained-glass windows purchased at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
The Mallory-Neely House is the only historic property in Memphis to retain most
of its original furnishings.
This small, white clapboard cottage was built in the 1830's and was home to Irish immigrant, Eugene Magevney.
Typical of pre-Civil War, middle-class homes,
it is furnished as it might have been in 1850 and features
several personal possessions of the Magevney family, including
a desk bureau and other antiquities. A kitchen garden and grape arbor
are found behind the house.
The Magevney House also features seasonal exhibits. The house is one of the city's oldest remaining residences.
Historic Mallory-Neely House
The Magevney house is one of the city's oldest remaining residences.