The J. Bruce Hain House is a historic house in Sardis, Alabama. The Classical Revival style structure was completed in 1913 for J. Bruce Hain on his working plantation. The house contains roughly 8,000 square feet (740 m2) spread over two floors. The interior is divided on a central hall plan. The front exterior is adorned with a monumental two-story Corinthian portico with a full-width second floor balcony. The house sat vacant for more than two decades until it was purchased by Cecil Gayle and Kenneth Parker of Atlanta in 1998. Gayle's aunt was the third wife of the builder. They stabilized and restored the home to its original condition. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 30, 2001.