C.S. Roberts House Museum

The C.S. Roberts house is a magnificent Victorian mansion built by a prominent local family, and located in Shermans Heritage Row. It remained in the Roberts family until 1988 with most family furnishings in place. It is one of the only intact Eastlake-Stick style homes in this part of the country. The house was built in 1896 in the rush of building following Shermans great tornado. The storm cellar and hothouse in the basement, the combination gas - electric light fixtures, vintage automobile, servants quarters, gazebo, gardens, and many stained glass windows are some of the original 19th century experience available to visitors today. The C,S, Roberts House Museum is maintained and operated by the Sherman Preservation League. It is open Sundays 1 - 4 pm and by appointment.