Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Street Address:
1129 Georgia Avenue (SE side of Georgia Avenue, between Butler and Sanders St.), North Augusta, SC

Site Number:
Site Number:
Date Surveyed:
September 3 1982
Current Use:
Construction Method:
wood frame
Foundation Materials:
Roof Materials:
standing seam metal
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two-story frame house covered with synthetic siding that resembles shiplap siding. Hip and gable roof with plain boxed cornice (cornices appear to be covered with aluminum); gable ends are pedimented. Three large brick chimneys with corbeled caps can be seen from Georgia Avenue; two of these feature a dogtooth course in their stacks. Most of the windows appear to be double-hung sash, 1/1. Front (NW elevation): Asymmetrical. Projecting north end of the front is characterized by a tripartite window in the gable end (one rectangular window with lozenge-shaped panes between two 6-light windows); on the second floor - a single-hung window (has lozenge shaped panes in the upper sash and a single-light lower sash ), and, at the west end, a tall opening that appears to contain a triple-hung window (with single-light sashes); at the north end of the first floor is a French window with transom (which has lozenge-shaped panes), and at the south end is the main front entrance, a single glass and wood panel door framed by rectangular transom and sidelights (transom and sidelights feature lozenge-shaped panes). The southwest side of the projecting north end of the front has a single sash window with lozenge-shaped panes on the first floor, and, on the second, one 1/1 window. The west end of the front is the NW side of a gabled two-story wing; it has a single door with transom on the first floor,sand a single 1/1 window on the second. Across the front and extending to the NW side of the two-story south wing is a porch with Tuscan columns and metal railing (railing does not appear to be original) NE elevation: several single windows. SW elevation: (west end - see description of front); this side features a gabled two-story polygonal bay; 1/1 windows. Rear: two-story shed roofed section that can be seen from the southwest side of the house appears to be an addition. OUTBUILDINGS:
Source of Historical Information:
(In an area not covered by the Sanborn maps of North Augusta.)
North Augusta Survey, 1982
Archives Location:
Box 11, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014

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Aiken County