Built in 1915 for the owners and first occupants, Philemon Thomas and Augusta Legg Price, the Price House is one of the largest houses in town. One of its unique features is a cupola on top that was used during World War II as a lookout for enemy planes. Volunteers manned the post connected by telephone to a communications center. The house remained in the Price family until it was sold to Bertha Carroll. Later, her niece, Norma Bryan Hopkins and husband Edward Hopkins purchased the house.