314 Hampton Avenue, Greenville, SC (Greenville County)
circa 1981;circa 1976
Architect or Builder:
Chevis M. Landrum
Number of Stories:
Signficant Architectural Features:
Description: 1 1/2 story Neo-Georgian Revival structure features gambrel roof, bay window, large dormer with decorative fan over tripartite window. Front entrance characterized by pilasters and semicircular fanlight. 1 story porch with grouped Ionic columns on brick pedestals.
Historical significance: Constructed ca. 1890 by Chevis Montgomery Landrum and Malinda P. Landrum (granddaughter of Vardry McBee, Sr., and sister of Loula M. Briggs).
1 1/2 story frame - 1 story porch with grouped Ionic columns on brick piers. Central porch facade tarped by pediment. Dentilled cornice. Large shingled dormer on facade containing triparte window with fan motif. Roof is gambrel.
Projecting bay on facade. Central doorway topped with fan light and framed with pilasters.
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