Fuller-Gray House/Fuller, Dr. Anthony, House
753 Rabon Rd., Laurens, SC (Laurens County)
October 29 2001
1848 – 1856
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
Brick Piers with Fill
entry, both elevations
National Register Determination:
Signficant Architectural Features:
The front double door has a fan light with chain pattern. I-house shape with Colonial Revival additions. Some original interior features include bullet molding above the interior hall door, and a front hall that leads to a box stair with landing.
The house originally had a full façade porch. Columns were added in 1949 along with other alterations.
The alterations were done in 1949 by Judge Gray. The house had previously served as a tenant house. The original owners, the Fullers, farmed cotton, and are buried in Chestnut Grove Baptist Church. The Greek Revival columns may have come from Rose Hill plantation.
Source of Historical Information:
L. Thomason, current owner