Historic Property
Alternate Name:
Street Address:
1135 Georgia Avenue (SE side of Georgia Ave, near Butler Avenue), North Augusta, SC

Site Number:
Site Number:
Date Surveyed:
September 3 1982
Current Use:
Construction Method:
wood frame
Foundation Materials:
Roof Materials:
standing seam metal
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two-story weatherboarded house, irregular in plan. Gable roof; slope of roof faces Georgia Avenue. Two chimneys on the front slope of the roof can be seen from Ga. Ave these brick chimneys feature recessed panels on their sides. Most of the windows are 1/1. Front (NW elevation): asymmetrical. The gabled north end of the facade projects slightly; it features a gable end with alternate square shingle siding and a window (which has muntins arranged in a decorative geometric pattern), two 1/1 second floor windows with louvered shutters (above which is an entablature with dentil course), and, on the first floor, the front entrance (a single glass and wood panel door with sidelights: and semielliptical fanlight). The west end of the facade features a 3-sided bay on the second floor with a 1/1 window (with louvered shutters) on each of its sides; above the second floor windows is an entablature with dentil course; on the first floor is a bay window consisting of a picture window flanked on either side by a 1/1 window (all three windows of this bay window have transoms with muntins arranged in a decorative geometric pattern). Across the facade is a one-story porch with shed roof, entablature with dentil course, Tuscan columns, pilasters, and balustrade (which has turned balusters). On the front slope of the roof, to the west of the gable of the north end of the facade, is a hipped dormer that has an entablature with dentil course and which contains a single-sash window like that in the front gable. NE elevation: window type varies, and placement is irregular; slightly projecting 2-story polygonal bay at the north end of this side features the side of a chimney (which is characterized by decorative brickwork), projecting gable end (with alternate square shingle siding), and, under the gable, an entablature with sawn wooden modillions and a dentil course. SW elevation: treatment of the gable end is like that of the NE side; windows on the SW side all appear to be 1/1; two-story polygonal bay at the south end of this elevation. Rear: house appears to have a 2-story rear wing. OUTBUILDINGS:
Source of Historical Information:
(In an area not covered by the Sanborn maps of North Augusta.)
North Augusta Survey, 1982
Archives Location:
Box 11, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014

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Aiken County