The James Lee House has been a significant part of Memphis history for over 160 years—its owners having played pivotal roles in the formation of Union Planters Bank, the Leath Orphan Asylum, the Lee Line Steamboat Company, and the Memphis College of Arts. Now we invite you to be part of its extraordinary restoration. Follow our progress. Share your stories of the house. Tell others about our work.
Far from ordinary, Coming Soon.
The James Lee House is located in the Historic Victorian Village in Memphis, Tennessee, adjacent to the Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum and across from the Mollie Fontaine Lounge.