308 Hampton Avenue, Greenville, SC (Greenville County)
circa 1981;circa 1976
circa 1904 – 1909
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Description: 2 1/2 story Prairie-style brick structure featuring octagonal bays, gable with Palladian window, bracketed cornice, brick quoins, and a 1 story porch on 3 sides with corner gazebo and clustered columns.
Historical significance: Constructed ca. 1904 - 1909 by James Gallivan, an engineer. When purchased in 1960 by Andrew Gwynn Chapter of Knights of Columbus, 2nd floor converted into ballroom; however, present owners are in process of reconstructing original floorplan.
2 1/2 story brick, brick quoins, windows have brick lintels w/keystones, leaded glass in window transoms, palladian dormer window, hipped roof, corbelled brick chimney, tuscan porch columns
The Historic Resources of Greenville, SC (1981)
Box 6, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014