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Druid Hills Inventory

Keith House Non-contributing, ca. 1949. One-story Ranch house with a side gable roof. House has flagstone veneer at the ground level, and masonite siding above. Windows and doors are modern, including a picture window, but appear to be original. Door has sidelights. According to the owners, this
Earl Crews House Contributing, by 1926. One-story plus basement bungalow with German siding and a cross-gable roof. Attached front porch with round columns and a front gable roof with exposed rafter ends. Windows are vertical lights-over-one, and the front door is multi-light. Set on a small lot
Glenn Nelson House Non-contributing, ca. 1952. Ranch style one-story plus basement house with a hip roof. Walls are brick veneer. Engaged front porch with fluted square columns. Modern doors and windows. Small lot slopes away to rear. Built by Glenn Nelson. Good condition. (Sanborn maps, owner)
Alexander Levett House Non-contributing, ca. 1925. Two-story Dutch Colonial Revival house which has been significantly altered from its original appearance. Gambrel roof, central hall plan, one-story garage wing at north end. One-story porch on the south side has been enclosed. One-story wing to
Julius O'Dell House House. Contributing, by 1926. One-story plus basement bungalow with some Classical Revival elements. Clipped, cross-gable roof and vinyl siding on all walls. Attached entry portico with a pediment with returns, columns, and an archway. Windows are multi-light double casement at
Arthur J. Perfler House House. Non-contributing, ca. 1949. One and one-half story plus basement cottage with a cross gable roof. One-story wing on the north side with a flat roof may be a later addition. Walls are replacement aluminum or vinyl siding. Attached entry portico has a pedimented covering
Daniel C. Williams House Contributing, by 1926. One-story bungalow with an irregular floor plan and a side gable roof. Front gable roof over the attached porch on the front elevation. A portion of the front porch has been enclosed, and it appears that the roofline was slightly altered at the same
Thomas J. Halliburton House House. Contributing, by 1926. Two-story Four Square with a side hall plan. Hip roof with hip roof dormers, wide eaves, and exposed rafter ends. House is covered with German siding and has an attached front porch. Sanborn maps show that this was originally a corner porch