910 Highland Avenue

House

910 highContributing. ca. 1935.
This one-story-plus-basement, side-gable Craftsman bungalow has  exposed rafter ends, complex knee braces, German siding, and a front-gable front porch with knee braces, replacement posts and balustrade.  There is an interior brick chimney, brick foundation, windows are paired and single one-over-one replacement sash, and door is single-light-over-panel.  There is a modern deck at the rear.  House sits on a small lot which slopes to the rear, with a low fieldstone retaining wall at the front of the lot.   Occupants have included Boyce L. Clement, a fireman with Southern Railway, and wife Arizona (1937-1938); William D. and Margaret Dortch (1939-1940); Margaret Dortch (1941 - 1942);  and Jack B. Lovingood, a pharmacist with Wilson Drug Company, and wife Dorothy (1943 - 1957). (Sanborn maps; city directories; deed search)

910 Highland Avenue.  Garage.  Contributing. ca. 1935.
One-story, front-gable brick garage has a single automobile bay with a modern plywood lift door, and exposed rafter ends.

Document Actions