northwest corner of W. Baruch Street and N. Ceder Avenue (tax map 38-05), Denmark, SC
June 17 1982
1922 – 1931
Signficant Architectural Features:
Rectangular, one-story house constructed of red brick laid in Flemish bond. Gable roof with exposed rafters and purlins (gable end faces Baruch Street). Windows are double-hung sash with nine-over-one lights (except where otherwise noted). Three brick interior chimneys. Front (south elevation): asymmetrical, AAB - A's are double windows, B is a single door; over the window and door of the eastern half of the front and wrapping around the southeast corner of the house is a porch with gable roof; the gable end of the porch roof faces Baruch Street and is covered with rough-textured stucco; between the porch supports, which are brick pillars, is a low pierced brick wall; the gable end of the house contains a louvered vent with peaked surround. West elevation: three double windows, one single window. East elevation: one double window under the porch roof; one tripartite window (one 9/1 window between two 6/1 windows) and one double window to the north of the porch. Rear: segmental-arched recessed screened porch between one single 6/1 window and one double window. OUTBUILDINGS: Two small outbuildings.
Source of Historical Information:
Sanborn maps of Denmark: 1922, 1931.
Denmark - City, 1980/1982
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014