518 Magnolia Street, Aiken, SC
September 22 1982
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two-story frame house which has been covered with synthetic siding that resembles weatherboards. Irregular plan shape. Multi-gable roof; portions of the cornice have modillions, rest is plain. House has at least two chimneys. Only the west side of the house can be seen clearly from the street. Front (west elevation): asymmetrical; front entrance, which is located in a central two-story gabled projection, features pilasters and a segmental pediment above the entrance is a single 8/8 window on the second floor and, in the gable, a fanlight; to the north of the entrance are 3 windows on each floor (a portion of this northern end projects slightly and has gable end facing Magnolia Street) to the south of the front door are two windows that appear to be French windows on the first floor, 3 6/6 windows on the second floor. All of the front windows have louvered shutters. OUTBUILDINGS: Frame garage/storage shed northwest of the house; there probably are others which cannot be seen from Magnolia Street.
Source of Historical Information:
Manufacturers Record 6/70/29
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