Woodland Springs Clubhouse
Irregular/asymmetrical-plan, Mid-Century Modern.
Rustic post-and-beam A-Frame
Avriel Shull designed this building to serve as a center of community activity for residents of the Woodland Springs subdivision. The A-Frame-style building is adjacent to the community swimming pool.
Woodland Springs Inc.
Not currently designated at national, state, or local level
The building is the work of a master (Avriel Shull) and is a significant local example of Mid-Century Modern design from the late 1960s.
This is a split-story clubhouse in the Mid-Century Modern style built in 1969. The building is irregular in plan. The structural system is post-and-beam. The foundation is concrete. Exterior walls are original stone. The building has a high front gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. There are two center, straddle ridge, stone chimneys. Windows are replacement vinyl, 1-light casements. Windows have been replaced, but original fenestration pattern has been retained. There is a single-story, single-bay recessed porch characterized by a shed roof clad in asphalt shingles. Double doors, each with fifteen raised panels in a 3X5 configuration. Doors are original .The pair is flanked by two full-length single-pane fixed sidelights -- each approximately the same width as a door.
* Date source: Hamilton County GIS
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