John Cummins Mansion

One of the most-prominent figures in Smyrna’s history, John Cummins made his fortune as a grain dealer, selling his products via ship to ports along the Eastern Seaboard. John and Susan Cummins originally made their home in the one story with attic building located to the south, that now appears as a wing of the larger structure. As Cummins’ prominence and wealth grew, his needs for a larger dwelling were met by the construction of the Mansion in the early nineteenth century. Federal in style, the two-story dwelling exhibits a Flemish bond, five-bay facade, interior end chimneys, and a fanlight above the entry door. The much smaller, earlier Cummins dwelling to the south of the mansion was attached to the main structure sometime after 1940.
112 N Main Street
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