Marcus Dewitt Carlock House
Originally built in 1903, the Marcus Dewitt Carlock House, also known as Oaklea Mansion, was built by Marcus Dewitt Carlock, Sr. a prominent businessman, lawyer, and politician.
Located approximately three blocks south of downtown, in Winnsboro, Texas and next door to City Hall on Main Street.
In 1966, the home was recorded as a Texas Historical Landmark.
In 2013, the home was listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Built in 1903 by Marcus Dewitt Carlock, Sr. utilizing wood from a lumber mill that Marcus Dewitt Carlock party owned.
The Carlock House is a fine example of neoclassical architecture, defined by simple geometric forms, Greek/Roman detail, use of columns, and blank wall which can be seen throughout the mansion.
Experience The Marcus Dewitt Carlock House
Also, known as Oaklea Mansion Bed and Breakfast, take a step back in time and experience the unique architecture and luxurious amenities provided in this one-of-a-kind National Landmark.
Stay in a National Landmark
The Marcus Dewitt Carlock House, also known as Oaklea Mansion, is today an operating Bed and Breakfast. Come stay in this National Landmark and experience the hospitality and charm of Historical Winnsboro, TX.