423 Madison Avenue SE is located in Heritage Hill. It was built in 1882. Past owners include Corson, Robert, Corson, Sarah S., Sherwood, W. Wallace, Edmunds, Lewis E., Sherwood, Virginia, Devries, Milton & Darcy.
In 1882, Robert Corson, a director for the Berkey & Gay Furniture Company, built this Queen Anne style home. Characterized by the extensive use of wood shingles and long, sweeping roof lines, the "New England" look even incorporated a unique bungalow style porch. Once inside, the ample room andhall sizes contradict the styling of the home's exterior. Built without indoor plumbing, baths were added around 1900 and have a most unique feature --ceramic tiling not only on the floors, but on the walls and entire ceilings.
Geographic coordinates are 42.955354°N, 85.659146°WLatitude: 42°57′19.274″N