108 Main Street, Newberry, SC
October 14 2003
Vacant/Not In Use
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This two story brick commerce building has a stepped and gabled parapet hiding its roof line. There is a circular vent in the parapet. Plate glass windows form a storefront with canted displays and a recessed central entrance. There is an arched doorway to the side with a keystone. A metal awning stretches across the front. Below the parapet is a tin cornice with coupled tin brackets. Bands of 'soldier' brick appear as decoration across the façade. There are relieving panels in the brick over the storefront. The sidewalk in front of this building has iron rings for hitching horses.