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Druid Hills Inventory

Claude M. Ogle House House. Contributing, 1925. One-story Bungalow/Classical Revival house with a center hall plan and an enclosed porch on the south side. Brick veneer walls, clipped gable roof, and pediment over the entry portico. Portico has paired fluted columns and brick steps which lead to the
Charles L. Johnson House House. Contributing, by 1926. One-story Craftsman Bungalow style with a hip roof and brick veneer walls. There is an attached porch with a front gable roof supported by knee braces along the full width of the house at the front. Details include a brick archway beneath the
Richard Clark House House. Contributing, by 1926. Two-story Colonial Revival with a hip roof, exposed rafter ends, and wide overhanging eaves. Walls are German siding. Center hall plan, and pedimented entry. One-story wing on the north side with a screened porch added to the front. One-story wing at
Forrest V. Hunter House House. Contributing, by 1926. One and one-half story Tudor-influenced house with a steeply pitched cross gable roof and brick veneer walls. One-story wing and a one-story frame addition on the rear. Flared gable ends, and a shed roof dormer on the north and south sides
John Forest House House. Contributing, 1926. Italian Renaissance Revival style two-story house with a steeply pitched hip roof, wide overhanging eaves and decorative brackets is one of the largest in the neighborhood. Center hall plan house has an entry stoop covered by a segmental arch supported by
William B. Wilson House House. Contributing, ca. 1925. One-story bungalow with a hip roof. Walls are brick veneer, and windows are multi-light casement except for a large fixed-pane window on the southeast bay at the front. This may be a replacement of original casement windows. The central bay of
Clara G. Scott House House. Contributing, ca. 1943. One-story Ranch house with a hip roof and a U-shape floor plan. Walls are asbestos siding, but this is probably original to the house. Entry stoop covering is supported by curved, heavy brackets. Windows are multi-light casement, and the front door
Henry G. Zickgraf House House. Contributing, by 1926. Two-story Four Square with a hip roof, wide overhanging eaves, and shed roof dormers. Walls are aluminum siding. Center hall floor plan. Entry stoop has a pyramidal roof covering. Some detail of windows and door trim has been lost with the