McCrady Army National Guard Training Center, Leesburg Road, Eastover, SC
Building 3965 McCrady Training Center
October 6 2000
Historic Core Shape:
Number of Stories:
Exterior Walls Materials:
Intersecting gable, shed
National Register Determination:
Signficant Architectural Features:
Front porch features double columns. Windows in original part of building are six-over-six double hung wood windows; windows in addition are one-over-one with snap in muntins.
Building is clad in synthetic siding. Window and door trim, and porch columns are aluminum clad. Size and shape of building has been significantly altered. The width has been doubled for the length of the original building. The original section of the building has also been lengthened, which gives the roofline an unusual intersecting gable configuration. Building likely moved to current location from Fort Jackson.