Intersection of Coker Springs Road and whiskey Road, Aiken, SC
2-10- 162 (85)
Signficant Architectural Features:
2-story frame house covered with synthetic siding that resembles weatherboards. Cable roof. House has at least 4 brick chimneys. Only the s. side of this house can be seen clearly from a public right-of-way (it is not front). Front (east elevation: asymmetrical; the central entrance, a single door, has a finely detailed surround that features a round-arched opening with carved keystone, fluted pilastern, in an entablature with modillions, and 2 urns; to the s. of this entrance is a small 1-story projecting gabled wing that has a tripartite window over which is a semicircular fanlight (the effect is almost like a palladian window) ; on the second floor over the doorway and 1-story wing are one tripartite window and two single windows; at the n. end of the front is a 2-story projecting gable wing that features a 1-story polygonal bay on the first floor and a single window. S. side: across the 1st floor of the s. side is a screened porch; in the center of this elevation is an exterior chimney that has a small double-hung window in the middle; on the second floor are 2 6/6 windows; There are 2 round-arched attic windows. Rear: a large 11/2 and 2 story ell is attached at the n. end of the rear elevation North side: irregular (several projections) dormers on the n. slope of the roof of the rear ell. OUTBUILDINGS:Frame stable southwest of house (doesn't appear to be old); old gazebo e. of hou.
altered - siding, etc.
Dr. B.C. McLean built house in 1927, wall in 1928, & made addtions in 1929.
Source of Historical Information:
135 S. (area not on earlier maps)
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