339 Horry Street, S.E., Aiken, SC
Signficant Architectural Features:
1/2 story frame house sheathed with shiplap siding. Medium gable roof has exposed purlins; slope of roof faces Horry Street. House has 1 brick exterior chimney (on the SW side). Except where otherwise noted, windows are double-hung sash with 4 tall rectangular panes on the upper sash and a single light lower sash. Front (SE elevation): asymmetrical. S. end of front features a double window. East end of front features a recessed porch with 3 tapered posts on a brick pedestal at its east corner; Porch has a wrought iron railing. Recessed east end of front has a double window on the SE side of the recessed area; On the NE side of the recessed area, near the center of the front, is the front entrance, a single door framed by a cornice with dentil course and fluted pilaster. NE side: 1 double window and 1 single window on 2nd floor; 3 single windows on 1st floor. SW side: south end of 1st floor - 1 double window, exterior chimney. In center is a 1-story wing with flat roof which has a wrought iron railing along its edge; On the SE side of this wing is a single door entrance and a 3/1 window; SW side of the wing contains a 4 part window (4 3/1 windows). On the 2nd floor is a triple window (3 3/1 windows). OUTBUILDINGS: small frame utility building with composition shingle roof, pier foundation, wood floor.
shutters on front windows added
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