Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the "Edward Moody King House," the King Mansion is a beautiful Colonial Revival mansion which was built circa 1904, in the wonderful town of Dyersburg, Tennessee.
The architect, George Mahan, Jr., designed the house for Edward King at the turn of the 20th Century. At 9,897sq.ft., the architect included a two story ionic-columned portico entrance, ionic-columned porte-cochere, 11 fireplaces, and 19 rooms, including a Ballroom on the 3rd floor. The property also includes an original two-story carriage house. Situated on 1.4 acres, the King Mansion is an exceptional example of Colonial Revival architecture.