West-Webb Home

dsc_1033This home is one of Helena’s three best examples of Georgian Revival architecture, referred to as the “sister houses”. They were built by Clem. Bros. Builders of St. Louis. This house, built for Elmer West, is noted for its quarter-sawn oak woodwork, parqueted floors and its mantelpieces, handsomely carved with impressive figures and designs. Listed on the National Register.