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Druid Hills Inventory

Ted J. Carter House DEMOLISHED AUGUST 2013 House. Contributing, by 1926. One-story house with a clipped gable roof and aluminum siding on walls. Front porch has been added, with a shed roof and cast iron columns and balustrade. Originally, it appears there was a covered entry stoop only, with a
Boyd B. Massagee House House. Contributing, by 1926. Two-story Tudor Revival house with clipped gable roof and shed roof dormers on the north and south which run the full width of the house. Brick veneer on the lower level and half timbering on the second floor. Recessed, engaged porch (with a brick
Roy E. Johnson House House. Contributing, 1926. One and one-half story bungalow with a cross gable roof and knee braces. Walls are brick veneer with lapped siding in the gable ends. Windows are six-over-six and the front door is six-light-over-two-panel. Engaged front porch. Original porch posts