south side of South Boundary (319), between Union & Fairfield, Aiken, SC
2-10- 124 (28)
September 15 1982
Vacant/Not In Use
Architect or Builder:
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two-story frame house has been covered with aluminum siding that resembles weatherboards. Cross gable roof with plain boxed cornice & returns. House has at least 3 brick chimneys, windows are double-hung sash, 6/6— they originally had shutters, which have been removed (temporarily?). Front (N. elev.): In center of front is the main entrance - a single 6-panel door, semi-circular fanlight, framed by pilasters & a broken pediment to E. of entrance is a large multi-paned window, to W. - one 6/6 window on each floor; over front entrance is a single 6/6 window. E & W pavillion's (wing) - elliptical vent in gable end, 2 windows on both the first and second floors. (first floor windows are larger than the 2nd floor windows). To E of E pavillion is a 2 story projection with shed roof containing 1 window on its N side, 1 door on its E side. To E of this projection are 2 windows (1 on 1st floor, one on second). W. elevation: 1 exterior brick chimney, 2 double windows on each floor. E. elevation: 1 exterior chimney. A one-story frame building is connected to the main house on this side by a covered porch. OUTBUILDINGS: Frame building behind house.
altered - siding, etc.
Source of Historical Information:
Manufacturer's Record 4/19/28
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