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Beginning early 1890’s, residences in various Victorian styles were built by the prominent citizens on West Union Street. West Union Street became Burke County’s preeminent showcase of residential architecture. The Miller-Beyer House was constructed in ca 1895. This one-and-one-half story frame house is an excellent example of the Queen Ann style with heaped roof and gabled dormers. For a long period of time, the house was unoccupied and deteriorated. Because of substantial damage the house became an endangered property. Mr. and Mrs. Beyer purchased the property and decided to rehabilitate the house in accordance with State Historic Preservation Standards.