504 Fifth Street South
Built in 1890 for T.O. Burris and his wife, Dollie, the vibrantly painted home is an excellent example of Queen Anne architecture. Mr. Burris was proprietor of a downtown mercantile store and served as president of the Tombigbee Cotton Mill. Their home is now open to you for your stay in Columbus.
Located one block south of downtown, four blocks from the Riverwalk, and six blocks from the campus of Mississippi University for Women, the Painted Lady of Columbus provides a convenient departure point for any event or attraction Columbus offers. Come see for yourself why visitors have called the hospitality they experienced during their stay the “true spirit of Mississippi.”
Jennifer Upchurch Miller, Proprietress
For reservations, call 662.241.5553 or 662.386.2171.