M.J. Perrin House
501 Emery Street
Landmark Designation: 1985
Construction Date: 1902
Architectural Style: Edwardian
Mrs. M.J. Perrin and her husband, John C. Perrin, moved to Longmont in 1870.
Mrs. Perrin is listed as a Charter Member of Central Presbyterian Church which
was organized in July of 1871 and was active in the Women's Relief Corps.
In 1921, Mrs. Perrin sold the house to the Church and it served as the Presbyterian
Manse for 40 years.
This home is a significant part of Longmont's history for two reasons, one,
it is a visual anchor for the Eastside Neighborhood, and two, the house is
one of fourteen "corner houses" listed in the 1975-76 W.I..C.H.E.