Kenneth B. Bess House Contributing, ca. 1948. Colonial Revival style two-story house with a side gable roof and front gable roof dormers. Sanborn maps note the walls are hollow masonry, with brick facing. Attached side porch on northwest corner. Windows are one-over-one, some replacements; picture
Bonnie Haven Contributing, ca. 1917-1922. Colonial Revival/Four Square style two-story house with a Craftsman style porch. Sanborn maps from 1926 indicated the original porch was a wraparound, but a portion at the northwest corner has been enclosed. The current river rock porch may be a replacement
Guy M. Thomason House House. Contributing, by 1922. Vernacular Bungalow style one and one-half story house with a front gable roof supported by knee braces and shed roof dormers on the sides. Rear addition made between 1922 to 1926. Bay window on southwest corner. Walls are aluminum siding. Front
Hubert G. Orr House House. Contributing, by 1922. Vernacular Bungalow style one and one-half story house with hip roof and shed roof dormers on all sides. Vinyl siding. Engaged front porch has tapered wooden posts on a solid balustrade. Windows appear to be one-over-one replacements. Modern
R. P. Craig House Contributing, by 1922. Vernacular cottage style one and one-half story house with a side gable roof and shed roof dormer at the front. Original weatherboard siding. Engaged front porch has columns, and has been partially enclosed sometime after 1954. Rear full-width porch was
Roy C. Bennett House House. Contributing, by 1922. Colonial Revival style two-story house with a wraparound porch which has been partially enclosed. The north side extends over the drive to create a carport. This does not show on the 1926 Sanborn map, but it appears to be original. Wing added to
House. Non-contributing, after 1954. Ranch style one-story plus basement house with a side gable roof and a projecting front gable roof bay. Walls are brick veneer and shingle. Recessed entry stoop. Windows are six-over-six and picture window at front. Corner lot slopes to rear. Good condition.
E. McQueen Salley House Contributing, by 1926. Georgian Revival style two-story house with a garage beneath the house at the rear. Steeply pitched hip roof of slate with wide eaves. Walls are yellow brick veneer. Sanborn maps show there was a full width front porch here originally, but this is gone