300 A,B,C N. Main St.


300mainCa. 1896 and ca. 1950.
Two-story brick commercial structure with facade dating from ca. 1950. Façade designed in minimal Art Moderne style. Central bay projects slightly, steps up at parapet. Glass block panels in central bay at second floor, ribbed or fluted brick panels to either side. Recent storefronts at street level. Older (ca. 1896) building fabric visible behind facade down side street elevation.


 300 N. Main   ca. 1896  

Tenants of this three storefront building have been Hendersonville Hardware from 1915 through the twenties, McFarlan Food Shop, Daniel’s Furniture Co., and Sherman’s Sporting Goods Store.  The Art Moderne façade was added in the 1950s.









Photo taken 1987.

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