528 W. Butler Street (tax map 38-05), Denmark, SC
June 15 1982
Vacant/Not In Use
Brick Piers with Fill
Signficant Architectural Features:
One-story weatherboarded house. Cross sable roof with plain boxed cornice. Two brick interior chimneys with a dogtooth course in their caps can be seen from Butler Street. Windows are double-hung sash with six-over-six lights. Front (south elevation): asymmetrical; gabled projecting west end of the front contains one single window on its south side and a single door on its east side; to the east of this projecting section is the main front entrance, a single glass and wood panel door (which features Victorian woodwork on its lower half, and red, yellow, and blue stained glass panes around a single pane of glass in its upper half) flanked by two-pane sidelights; to the east of the front door is a single 6/6 window; along the east side of the projecting west end of the front and across the east end of the facade is an L-shaped porch with wrought iron supports (probably not original); the concrete steps to the porch and its wrought iron railing are probably not original. West elevation: two 6/6 windows. East elevation: hidden by vegetation. Rear (north elevation): aerial photo shows that the house has a gabled ell attached at the east end of the rear elevation.
Appears to have undergone no major changes since 1931.
The 1931 Sanborn map of Denmark shows that this building was then a dwelling. The house is in an area not shown on the 1908, 1913, and 1922 Sanborn maps.
Source of Historical Information:
Sanborn maps of Denmark: 1931.
Denmark - City, 1980/1982
Box 14, Series 108042, Survey of historic resources (county by county data on surface properties), circa 1971-2014