923 Fair Street, Newberry, SC
July 31 2003
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
Brick Piers with Fill
National Register Determination:
Signficant Architectural Features:
This one story clapboard Victorian cottage has a roof of intersecting gables (covered in composition shingles), three chimneys and an assymetric façade. The windows are 2 over 2 sash. The front porch extends from the projecting bay to the end of the house and is supported on wooden piers. There is a 3-sided polygonal bay on the front and also on the east side of the house. Both bays have shaped eave brackets with pendants. The foundation consists of brick piers and underpinning. There is a one story clapboard outbuilding. This could be part of a High Point District.