Livingstone College’s second president, William H. Goler, constructed this house, with the help of college students, for Mary Alice Lynch, an instructor and librarian at the College. The circular front porch with Romanesque arches is the house’s most recognizable feature. Considered architecturally important because of its unique and iconic design, the Lynch-Nicholson House acts as a gateway to the West End Neighborhood. It is the first of six properties that Livingstone College and HSF have agreed to stabilize and renovate. The Lynch-Nicholson House is offered as a restoration in progress.