English cottage revival, Colonial Revival, Eclectic.
Stylistic elements include Colonial Revival and English vernacular
Not currently designated at national, state, or local level
Not eligible / non-contributing
This is a 1-story, 6-bay house in the Colonial Revival style with Eclectic influences built in 1940. The building is l in plan. The structural system is frame. The foundation is continuous brick. Exterior walls are original brick. The building has a cross-hip roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. The facade features two front-facing gables. A small gabled dormer vent is located on roof slope of facade. There is one side left, rear slope, brick chimney and one center, straddle ridge, brick chimney. One chimney is located within the front massing. The second chimney is situated within the rear ell. Windows are original wood, 6/6 double-hung sashes. Flat, stretcher brick window lintel. There is a single-story, two-bay enclosed porch characterized by an integrated (under the main) roof with round wood posts. Partial-width inset front porch, enclosed with storm windows. Three round arches separated by columns create the appearance of a collonade. Entry door appears to be a replacement. The front entry is within a projecting gabled bay. The entry door surround features side pilasters and pediment.
* Date source: Dougherty County Tax Assessor
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