Garrison, Reed, House

Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Unknown
Street Address:
1807 SC 373;(Anderson County)

Site Number:
0397
Control Number:
U/07/0397
Date Surveyed:
March 6 2002
Category:
Building
Construction Date:
circa 1920
Historic Use:
Residential/Domestic
Current Use:
Residential/Domestic
Historic Core Shape:
Square
Number of Stories:
2
Construction Method:
frame
Exterior Walls Materials:
Weatherboard
Foundation Materials:
Not Visible
Roof Shape:
mansard
Roof Materials:
composition shingle
Porch Width:
facade and both elevations
Porch Shape:
hip
National Register Determination:
eligible
Signficant Architectural Features:
The home has six over one double hung sash windows and two interior brick chimneys. The main fa├žade has a monumental portico decorated with ionic columns, dental molding, modillions and a round window in the gable. The one-story porch begins on either side of the main entry and is supported by thin ionic columns with dental molding along the frieze. Modillions and dental molding run beneath the roofline. There are several associated frame outbuildings. The main entry door is flanked by sidelights with a leaded pattern.
Alterations:
Metal awnings have been added to the porch. The porch floor has been altered.
Historical Information:
The house was built by Reed Garrison, oldest son of William Dunkling Garrison (0404). Reed Garrison opened a cotton gin, bank (0396), post office and store in Denver. The current home replaces a two-story I-house that was originally on the property.
Source of Historical Information:
Juanita Garrison, interview, 6 March 2002.
Quadrangle Name:
Anderson North

Related places
Denver
Anderson County