Livingston (Cope) House
105 E. Railroad Avenue, Bamberg, SC
August 20 1979
Signficant Architectural Features:
This 2 story weatherboard house has a gable roof with box cornice. Front: 1 story porch, which has a hip roof (with a central gable) supported by Tuscan columns on brick pedestals, shelters the central front entrance, which features a rectangular transom and sidelights; front windows are 3/1, and, with the exception of the single 2nd story central window, are paired. Vertical flush boarding under eaves and in gable ends adds interest to the simple, restrained design of this building. Rear: 1 story wing with chimney flue, enclosed back porch. OUTBUILDINGS: 1 Story frame garage
Built in the 188o's by John H. Cope, the house was later the home of his sister, Mrs. Laura E. Livingston.
Source of Historical Information:
"East Railroad Avenue, Bamberg, S.C.";Margaret Lawrence, 111 Felder Street. Bamberg, S.C.
Bamberg - City, 1979-1980
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014