426 Orangeburg Street. S.E., Aiken, SC
Signficant Architectural Features:
One-Story weatherboarded house, irregular in plan. Gable roof, windows are double-hung sash. 2/2, House has at least 3 brick chimneys. Front (NW elevation): asymmetrical: ABA - A’s .are single windows. B is a single glazed door. Across front is a porch, which has a gable roof with semicircular louvered vent in its pedimented end, and cast iron supports that rest on brick pedestals, and a simple metal railing between the pedestals. SW side: gabled W. end features 2 single windows, 1 small 4/4 and 16/6. In center of this side is a gabled polygonal bay. At south end is a gabled wing with windows on its NW side. NE side: gabled wing at north end; gabled polygonal bay in center contains 2/2 windows; gabled wing at E. end, sun room, contains 6/6 window. Far E. end of this side features at least 16/6 window. OUTBUILDINGS:old 2 stall barn facing Grace behind the house: old stuccoed utility building behind house; recently built under brick garage.
Aiken - City - Winter Colony Historic Districts Survey, 1982
Box 11, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014