Tucker, George House

Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Unknown
Street Address:
Tuckertown Rd., E side, approx. 2 3/4 mi. N of int. w/ St. Luke's Rd., Tuckertown SC (Union County)

Site Number:
0514
Control Number:
U/87/0514
Date Surveyed:
January 11 2005
Construction Date:
circa 1836
Historic Use:
Residential/Domestic
Current Use:
Vacant/Not In Use
Historic Core Shape:
Rectangular
Number of Stories:
2
Construction Method:
frame
Exterior Walls Materials:
Asbestos Shingles
Foundation Materials:
Not Visible
Roof Shape:
gable, lateral
Roof Materials:
raised seam aluminum
Porch Width:
full fa├žade
Porch Shape:
shed
National Register Determination:
not eligible;
Signficant Architectural Features:
The home has two exterior end chimneys, nine-over-nine double hung sash windows, double entry doors with sidelights and transom, one- shed rooms on the side elevations.
Historical Information:
The home was constructed by George Tucker in 1836 and originally had a wide porch that wrapped to three sides of the home. The interior has large, hand hewn beams along the ceiling. The surrounding community is called Tuckertown after George Tucker.
Source of Historical Information:
Catawba Regional Planning Council. Historic Sites Survey, Union County. November 1976. pp. 38-39.
Quadrangle Name:
Carlisle

Related place
Union County