Bungalow, Federal Revival, Craftsman.
Historic hipped ell massing extends from the rear with a secondary, lower hipped addition extension. Federal style elements are evident on the façade with double, multi-paned windows and fanlight above, elaborate entryway, and Palladian window in a centered gabled dormer. Craftsman elements are visible on the side elevations with the exposed rafter ends and Craftsman-style windows.
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This is a 1.5-story, 5-bay house in the Federal Revival style with Craftsman influences built in 1922. The building is rectangular in plan. The structural system is frame. The foundation is continuous brick. Exterior walls are original weatherboard. It appears that the southern gabled wing was historically a porch that was later enclosed. The building has a medium side gable roof clad in asphalt shingles and exposed rafters and one hip-roofed dormer. There is one side left, exterior, brick chimney and one side right, exterior, brick chimney. A centered brick chimney is located on the easternmost rear extension. Windows are modern wood, multi-light casements. Side elevation windows are 6:1 double-hung sash. There is a single-story, single-bay central entry stoop characterized by a gabled roof clad in asphalt shingles with round wood posts. Entry door is flanked by sidelights and a segmental transom above. The roof of the porch stoop is arched. There is a single-story, carport addition.
* Date source: Dougherty County Tax Assessor
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