The Black Stables
217 East Street (217), Aiken, SC
September 21 1982
Architect or Builder:
Northeastern Const. Co.
exterior covered with stucco
Signficant Architectural Features:
Large, mostly two-story stuccoed house. Irregular L-shaped plan. Most of the windows appear to be casement type and have louvered shutters. House has at least 8 stuccoed chimneys, which have chimney pits. North elevation: asymmetrical design: near the center of this side is the front entrance, which is recessed and which has a 3-light transom; on the second floor above the entrance is a balcony which has chamfered posts and single wooden balustrade. At the east end of the front of the house is an opening on the first floor for the driveway. Rear: ell attached at the west end of the rear. OUTBUILDINGS: See #712 - Stable on Third Ave.
Built for Mr. Baynard Warren in 1930 for $100,000. Stable built in 1931.
Aiken - City - Winter Colony Historic Districts Survey, 1982
Box 11, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014