Purchased by the Allen Family in 1942, this historic home known as the Cocke-Weille-Jackson place was originally a saltbox style home built in the 1850s. Principal beams in the house are heart pine and have mortise-and-tenon joints secured by wooden pegs. It has a metal roof with cypress wood siding and brick exterior. The original part of the home features hand made bricks. The first kitchen for the home is a separate building currently used for storage on the property. Sometime in the 1940's, Mr. Henry Allen who worked for Pan Am Oil, added closets and bathrooms to the home with rounded walls inspired by the design of the Pan Am gas stations. In the early to mid 1990s, an addition to the home was made to include a large bonus room with fireplace, a kitchen and eat-in area with fireplace and an apartment above the garage. The wood flooring in the hall of the 1990's addition is reclaimed heart of pine from New Orleans. The cedar closet upstairs was made from a cedar tree that was on the property. This house is said to have been commandeered by the Union Army near the end of the Civil War and used as an infirmary. It has been occupied continuously by the Allen family since 1942 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.This property can be sold with 123 Pleasant Street which is listed in MLS for $238,000.