325 W. Baruch Street (tax map 38-05), Denmark, SC
June 15 1982
1922 – 1931
Signficant Architectural Features:
1 1/2 story house, most of which has been covered with asbestos cement siding. Gable roof with exposed rafters and purlins (slope of roof faces Baruch Street). One central interior straddle—ridge chimney can be seen from Baruch Street. Windows are double-hung sash. Front (N. elevation): asymmetrical, AB - A is an entrance with single glazed door flanked by rectangular full-length 5-pane sidelights, and B consists of five 1/1 windows which are separated only by mullions; the screened front porch, which extends the length of the facade which is recessed under the gable roof, features heavy tapered brick comer posts and wood shingle siding under the eaves; set in the center of the front slope of the roof is a large shed dormer which contains five 1/1 windows. East elevation: on the second floor are two double 1/1 windows; on first floor -one double l/l window, and a small addition with shed roof between two single 1/1 windows; a one-story rear addition can be seen from this side. West elevation: original wood shingle siding can be seen in the gable end, which contains one double 1/1 window and two single 1/1 windows; on the first floor are one double 1/1 window, one small rectangular window, and a one-story addition (containing single and double windows like those of the rest of the house) attached at the south end of the west elevation.
altered - siding, addition
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