One of the Most Fashionable Fisher Park Homes during the Gilded Era Still Gleams Brightly Today

This 11-room, 106-year-old gem is an exquisite model of Neoclassical and Craftsman construction. Located in Fisher Park, a historic neighborhood heralded for its plethora of Gilded Era addresses, the Harden House features a 1913 moire hand-painted wallpapered dining room, a library, original quarter-sawn oak floors and four fireplaces. The home is eligible for designation on the National Register of Historic Places, taking its rightful place as a historically significant local landmark.

Features of the home include wire-cut brick, which was a new technique at the turn of the last century, as well as detailed scrollwork throughout the home.

Julia Gold Harden bought the house in 1933. The daughter of Pilot Life Insurance Company President Charles Willis Gold, she deeded it to her brother, Charles Willis Gold Jr., in 1973.

At press time, the home was on the market for $695,000. For more information on the sale or historical details about 108 Fisher Park Circle, contact Melissa Greer, realtor and broker of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services/Yost & Little Realty, at 336.337.5233 or


  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2.1 bathrooms
  • 4 fireplaces
  • Built in 1910
  • 1 library