The beautiful home named "Adele" was built in 1902 for the family of James Francis Prohaska. The home is a Victorian, Eastlake style, with distinctive gingerbread at the top of a large wrap-around porch. In the front of the home, the only carriage step left in Morgan City stands near the street. As it was told Mr. Prohaska, hand-picked the lovely burled cypress in the halls and dining room of the home. For 110 years, the home has been owned by only two families. Upon entering the front door, one finds a large central hall with a magnificent staircase to the second floor; the staircase has been a favorite of dozens of brides over the years. The home consists of a formal parlor, a library, two bedrooms, two full baths, a dining room, breakfast room, garden room, utility room, and front, side, and back porches downstairs. The upstairs consists of two bedrooms, a full bath, a large den area, two cedar closets, another large closet with ample storage and an upstairs balcony. The kitchen has been remodeled and is awaiting a new family to fill it for years and memories to come. "Adele' is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, in the historic district, and has had no structural changes to the outside. The description can hardly do justice - this home's real beauty has to be seen and experienced. The owners are willing to sell all original furniture from the home and to help keep alive the story and history of this great place.