1103 South Main Street, Anderson, SC
Signficant Architectural Features:
2 story structure with 1st story wraparound porch (simple balustrade and supported by rounded columns). Central 1 bayed portico is full height and is supported by large fluted columns. This portico features 2nd story porch. OUTBUILDINGS:
Doorway & dining room cornices
This house was built ca. 1835 by Samuel Girard Earle and given the same name as his plantation in Savannah township in Anderson County, "Evergreen". About 1850 the house became the property of attorney A.T. Broyles. In 1904 it became the property of the H.H. Acker family, and was remodelled in the classic Revival manner. The handsome doorway and dining room cornices date the the Broyles' occupancy.
Source of Historical Information:
See NR info.
Anderson - City, 1971 and 1978
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014