314 Beech Avenue (east side of Beech Avenue between Pinckney & E. Coker), Denmark, SC
June 14 1982
Signficant Architectural Features:
One-story weatherboarded house. Gable roof with exposed rafters (gable end faces Beech Ave.). The brick foundation of the house is about 4 ft. high, except for that of the front porch, which is higher. Front (west elevation): across front is a screened porch with hipped roof, exposed rafters, square posts (the house originally had four, one is now missing); a metal awning (not original) has been attached to the front of the porch, which is enclosed by a 1 1/2-foot wall; facade is asymmetrical, ABAA - A's are double-hung windows (which have one large diamond pane in the upper sash, and a single-light lower sash), and B is an entrance with single door and two-light transom. South elevation: two windows in the core section of the house; a wing projects out from the east end of this side. North elevation: main part of the house contains one double window and two single windows, which are like those of the facade; between the two single windows on this side is an exterior single-flue chimney with peaked hood; rear addition has on its north side a boxed cornice and double-hung windows which are unlike those of the facade.
This building is described as a dwelling on the 1908-1931 Sanborn maps of Denmark.
Source of Historical Information:
Sanborn maps of Denmark: 1908-1931.
Denmark - City, 1980/1982
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014