1020 Highland Avenue

William C. Armstrong House

1020 highContributing. ca. 1920.
This one-story-plus-basement, cross-gable-roof Craftsman bungalow has German siding, knee braces, and a front-gable-roof, enclosed front porch with T-111 siding below and historic six-light casement windows above.  The porch details are still visible including knee braces, and battered posts on brick piers.  There are three interior brick chimneys, windows are eight-over-one, front door is multi-light, and the foundation is brick.  There is a low brick planter just below the porch.  A shed-roof carport has been added on the south side.  The lot drops in elevation from front to rear.  William C. Armstrong, a clerk with Southern Railway, and wife Ettie, lived here from 1937 through at least the late 1950s. (Sanborn maps; city directories)

1020 Highland Avenue. Storage shed.  Contributing. ca. 1920.
One-story, front-gable-roof storage building with German siding and a modern door.

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