902 Carolina Avenue (NW corner of Carolina Avenue and woodlawn Avenue), North Augusta, SC
August 23 1982
Signficant Architectural Features:
11/2—story weatherboarded house. Gambrel roof has boxed cornice. One brick interior straddle-ridge chimney with a dogtooth course and a dentil course in its cap can be seen from the street. Front (east elevation): symmetrical, ABA — A's are double windows (which have large diamond-shaped panes in their upper sashes, and single-light lower sashes), and B is the front entrance, a single glass and wood panel door framed by rectangular transom and sidelights (which have muntins arranged in a decorative geometric pattern); the three dormers on the front slope of the roof have pedimented gable roofs, sides covered with composition shingles, and a single windows (upper sashes have muntins arranged in a geometric pattern, and single-light lower K63sashes). Across the facade and wrapping around the SE corner of the house is a one-story porch with Tuscan columns. South elevation: near the center of the south side is a one-story polygonal bay; the first floor windows on this side are like the first floor windows on the front (except for one single-sash window at the west end of this side); second floor windows are 1/1; above the second floor windows is a cornice. North elevation: 6 first floor windows like those of the first floor of the facade; 4 1/1 second floor windows; cornice above second floor windows; near peak of roof is a rectangular louvered vent. Rear: one dormer with pedimented gable roof contains a window like those of the front dormers; near the center of the rear elevation is a doorway sheltered by a shed roof. OUTBUILDINGS:
Source of Historical Information:
Sanborn maps of North Augusta: 1918 (105): 1923 (7A).
North Augusta Survey, 1982
Box 11, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014