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Anderson Coward House

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Built  1852 (1852)
Opened  1852
Architectural style  Italianate architecture
NRHP Reference #  86000404
Area  6,500 m²
Added to NRHP  13 March 1986
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Location  919 Coward Pl., Memphis, Tennessee
Similar  Annesdale, Memphis Zoo, Burkle Estate, Calvary Episcopal Church, Memphis College of Art

The Anderson-Coward House, also known as Justine's Restaurant, is a historic mansion in Memphis, Tennessee, USA.



The mansion was built circa 1852 for Nathaniel Anderson, a planter. It was designed in the Italianate architectural style. It was purchased by H.M. Grosvenor, until it was acquired by William C. Coward as debt settlement. It was passed on to his son, William Holliday Coward. After his death in the early 1900s, it was inherited by his daughter Ida and her husband, Robert O. Johnston, a lawyer and banker.

The mansion was repurposed as a restaurant in 1958.

Architectural signficance

It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since March 13, 1986.


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