This Queen Anne style home was built circa 1902 and was once the residence to one of the most well-known physicians in northern Louisiana, Dr. D.B. Garland, and his wife, Daisy. Its most prominent feature is its turret and a mix of roof line gables and dormers. The property was individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and is located within the newly designated Louisiana Cultural District. These designations make the property potentially eligible for both state and federal rehabilitation tax credit programs.
The property suffers from neglect and overgrown vegetation. Local community advocates hope to save and restore the building to help improve the appearance of both the historic house and the community.