820 Carolina Avenue (west side of Carolina Ave., between Forest & woodlawn), North Augusta, SC
August 23 1982
circa 1913 – 1914
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two-story weatherboarded house, irregular in plan. Hip and gable roof with plain boxed cornice. Three interior chimneys with corbeled caps can be seen from Carolina Avenue, windows are double-hung sash, 1/1. Front (east elevation): asymmetrical. The front entrance is a single glazed door, single-light transom and sidelights, which are framed by fluted pilasters and a narrow cornice with dentil course; on the second floor over the entrance is a single 1/1 window. To the north of the entrance, the facade projects slightly - this end features a triple window on the first floor, two single windows on the second, and a gable end that contains a double window (two diamond-paned, single-sash windows) and has alternate square shingle siding. The south end of the front is set back one bay; it features one window on the second floor, and, on the first floor, a single glazed door with single light transom. Across the front is a porch with Tuscan columns and attached gazebo (on its southeast corner). North side: east end - one window on each floor; west end - two-story gabled wing (projects only slightly) has two windows on each floor; treatment of the gable end is like that of the front; to the west of the gabled two-story wing is a one-story section. South side: gable end of this side is similar to others, but contains a rectangular diamond-paned window flanked by rectangular louvered vents. OUTBUILDINGS:
According to the 1918 & 1923 Sanborn maps of North Augusta, this building was then a dwelling.
Source of Historical Information:
Sanborn maps of North Augusta: 1918 (105); 1923 (6A).
North Augusta Survey, 1982
Box 11, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014