1830 Senate Street
Robert Moorman House
This circa-1901 Queen Anne style house belonged to Robert Moorman, a Columbia attorney and magistrate. This style, known for its steep pitched roofs, front facing gable, differing wall textures, asymmetrical, decorative mass-produced ornamentation, and occasional towers or turrets, exhibits the excesses of the Victorian Age and was an extremely popular style in the early twentieth century. This house remained the Moorman family's residence until they moved to Laurens Street in 1912.