Expanded from eight to nineteen rooms over its long history, this charming house was built by James A. Ralston circa 1831. Ralston was the owner of Raltson Hall, one of Macon’s most popular 19th century entertainment venues. The house was sold to A. O. Schofield, founder of Schofield Iron Works, in 1890. It has been subdivided into apartments but maintains its historic exterior appearance today.
Macon Historic District, National Register of Historic Places