228 Riddletown Rd., SC (Laurens County)
November 12 2001
circa 1840 – 1950
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Signficant Architectural Features:
Originally a one-room log house with small attic. There is a large stone fireplace in this main room with a stained wood mantle and surround. Windows are six over six panes. The front exterior is covered in brick-style asphalt, while portions of the rear maintain a weatherboard exterior.
Siding. A frame addition was added to the left, along with a porch and room to the front left.
This house was built in association with Site 0306, the Perry Riddle House, across the street. The Riddle house may have also had a similar structure on the property.
Source of Historical Information:
Sarah Jane Armstrong