Contributing. ca. 1920.
This one-story-plus-basement, cross-gable Craftsman bungalow has a deck added at the rear. Building details include exposed rafter ends, stepped knee braces, weatherboard siding, an attached front-gable porch with paneled posts on capped brick piers and a replacement balustrade, and a modern door with an original multi-light transom. There is a double-shoulder exterior end brick chimney, paired, single, and triple eight-over-eight or eight-light casement windows, and the foundation is brick. House sits on a small lot with a large vacant lot to the east. Occupants of this house have included Homer A. Thompson, owner of Thompson's Soda & Sandwich Shop, and wife Rose (1937 - 1938); David O. Satterfield, a traveling salesman, and wife Sallie (1939-1940); Otis E. Stepp, a salesman, and wife Flora (1941 - 1942); Allen E. Brown, an insurance salesman, and wife Dorothy (1943-1944); James A. and Velma Lewis (1945-1946); Mrs. Lillie R. Johnson, widow and receptionist at Patton Memorial Hospital (1948-1951); Manuel G. Johnson, owner of Johnson's Stop & Shop, and wife Ellen (1952-1953); and A. Fernando Jones, a machinist, and wife Mamie (1954-1955). (Sanborn maps; city directories; owner information)
1116 N. Main Street. Shed. Non-contributing. Modern.
One-story storage shed with a gable roof and T-111 siding.