Interior alterations may compromise integrity
Community Health Institute
English cottage revival, English Vernacular Revival.
Steeply pitched, with a prominent chimney on the facade.
Not currently designated at national, state, or local level
Not eligible / non-contributing
This is a 2-story, 2-bay house in the English Vernacular Revival style built in 1932. The building is rectangular in plan. The structural system is frame. Exterior walls are historic stucco. The building has a high front gable roof clad in replacement asphalt shingles. Windows are original wood multipane casements. Single-pane window on façade north of entry door. Large, glass sliding door on what appears to be an enclosed porch under flaring gable of primary roof. There is a deck. A flat concrete deck above an enclosed garage. The deck is surrounded by a metal railing. Entry door within projecting front-facing gabled massing. Heavy surround with wood pilasters and broken, scrolled pediment with urn.
* Date source: Dougherty County Tax Assessor
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Stone knee wall surrounding lot. Mature trees throughout maintained grass yard.