Henry C. Ranson House
Contributing, by 1926.
One and one-half story bungalow with a steeply pitched side gable roof and a front gable dormer. Knee braces in dormer. Exterior wall materials are a combination of wood shingle and wood siding. Engaged, full-width front porch with square posts on brick piers. Windows are three-over-one, front door with sidelights. Lot drops away to the rear. Henry C. Ranson, an engineer with Southern Railway, and his wife Una lived here from 1939 to at least 1949. Good condition.
(Sanborn maps, city directories)