Taylor and Avery Williams are just the third owners of this substantial brick Colonial Revival home, which was built in 1926. The Colonial Revival style is the single most popular architectural style in the United States, but this home boasts an especially fine facade featuring a dramatic entrance with elaborate iron gate, flanked by a two story-limestone frontispiece, and mature fig vines that cover the brick facade on three sides.
The Williams have made extensive renovations to the house; they gutted the kitchen, removed a back hall and rear bath, replaced all electrical, air conditioning and plumbing, and repaired damage caused by water and termites. They also completely redesigned the yard and driveway.
“We love and appreciate the old houses and variety of architecture in this area,” says Avery, “and we are grateful that this community cares about preservation and wants to preserve our history.”