C. C. Dubose residence

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The C. C. Dubose residence is a Victorian-style home built in 1889 in Columbiana by newspaper publisher C. C. Dubose, who ran the Shelby Chronicle and, later, the Columbiana Sentinel. Dubose sold the house to his successor at the Sentinel, John W. Pitts.

The Pitts sold the house to the Armstrong family. It was next purchased by Andrew and Diane Moore, owners of several old homes in Shelby County, who began restoring it in 2004 for use as a bed and breakfast.

In 2007 the house was recognized by the Columbiana Beautification Board as one of 35 homes in the city that is more than 75 years old.


  • Gray, Jeremy (April 9, 2007) "Columbiana restorers are caretakers of town legacy." The Birmingham News