The Withers-Maguire House located on Bluford Ave. in downtown Ocoee is one of the oldest homes in the area and on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1888 by Brigadier General William Temple Withers of the Confederate Army. The home was built in a 19th century architectural style called Gothic Stick which was popular from the Victorian Era until the end of the Civil War. General Withers played a prominent role in creating the city of Ocoee and the Ocoee Christian Church. The home was purchased in 1910 by David Maguire who resided in the home with his family for the next 73 years. Today, visitors can view the inside of the home on weekends between 2pm and 4pm.