Home was built in 1929 by Mr. and Mrs. I.B. Isenberg. The 3rd home built in the subdivision. Nat and Saul Isenberg had interests in the Greenville Ice & Coal company, Delta Beverage Co, Budweiser Beer Distributorship and the Grand Opera House, 301 Main Street. Mr. Isenberg was a very smart dresser and always wore a hat and with the brim turned down on the right side.
The house was later owned by F.E. Hall, then F.E. Hall, Jr., a local architect. The noted Mississippi author Willie Morris was a frequent visitor at the Hall residence. Present owners (2011) are Dr. Robert and Edwynne Love. Dr. Love had the inspiration and was the founder of the Greenville Burn Center. In 1953 the Isenbergs built the large Neoclassical house at 1111 East Gamwyn, across the street from the Gambles.