910 Carolina Avenue (west side of Carolina Ave. between Arlington & woodlawn), North Augusta, SC
August 23 1982
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two-story weatherboarded house. Hip roof has plain boxed cornice. Two brick interior chimneys with corbeled caps and other decorative brickwork can be seen from Car. Ave. windows are double-hung sash, 1/1, except where otherwise noted. Front (east side): asymmetrical. First floor, ABC - A is a large 1/1 window, B is a front entrance (a single glass and wood panel door, large rectangular transom), and C is a full-length window (appears to be triple-hung, with each sash a single light). Second floor, ABB - A is a window like that below it (large 1/1), B's are smaller (& narrower) 1/1 windows. Across front and wrapping around the SE corner of the house is a porch with hipped roof, unfluted Ionic columns, and balustrade with turned balusters; at the southeast corner of this porch is an attached gazebo. South side: at the east end of this side is a one-story addition, which has one 1/1 window on its east side and an awning-type window on its south side; this addition is under the roof of the attached gazebo. North side: placement of windows is irregular; At the west end of this side is a small, one-story wing with hipped roof (this wing has 2 windows on its N. side). OUTBUILDINGS: Garage (with apt. above) behind house appears to have asbestos cement siding.
altered - addition
According to the 1918 & 1923 Sanborn maps of North Augusta, this house was then a dwelling.
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