Built in 1907 as a residential property for Walter Nash, 601 South Rock Street is also known as the Nash House and was also built by architect Charles L. Thompson. Also designed in the Colonial Revival style, the home features a monumental, two-story portico and Victorian-like floor plan. Over the years, the Nash house served as the home of a cotton agent, an insurance agent, a lumberman, the president of a mill supply company and two meat cutters. It was also the headquarters of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks from 1930 to 1936, prior to being sold to Seymour Terry in 1937. Mr. Terry then rented rooms of the house as apartments. In 1974, William J. Walker purchased the home from Mr. Terry and subsequently knocked out the apartment walls, restored the home to its original condition and converted it into offices for his law firm.