906 Georgia Avenue (west side of Ga. Ave., between Arlington & woodlawn), North Augusta, SC
September 2 1982
Signficant Architectural Features:
Two-story house covered with synthetic siding that resembles weatherboards. Hip roof with plain boxed cornice. Four brick interior chimneys with corbeled caps can be seen from Georgia Avenue. Front (southeast elevation): asymmetrical; in the center of the front slope of the roof is a hipped dormer which contains a double window (two small single-sash, 6-light windows); across die facade is a two-tier veranda with slightly tapered posts and balustrade with widely spaced plain balusters; between the two double 9/1 windows of the first floor are three doors; on the second floor there are two doorways between two 9/1 windows. SW elevation: in the center of this side is an entrance with multi-paned transom and sidelights, over which has been added a shed roof with simple wooden supports; most of the windows on this side appear to be 9/1. NE elevation: 5 single 9/1 windows on each of the two floors. OUTBUILDINGS:
altered - This building looks like a single family house that was converted to apartments (doorways, etc. appear to have been added). Synthetic siding not original.
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