Tucker, William House
end of Foster Howell Rd., SC (Union County)
January 24 2005
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Signficant Architectural Features:
The home has double entry doors on the main façade with transom and sidelights, four-over-four double hung sash windows, two interior stuccoed chimneys, and two portico on the main façade.
The home was constructed by William Tucker in 1857 and was originally located on a 4,000 acre plantation and was used as the railroad station for the town of Ada.
Source of Historical Information:
Catawba Regional Planning Council. Historic Sites Survey, Union County. November 1976. pp. 39.
Plaque at the home.