Monday, May 29, 2006

The Honeycutt House (c. 1907)

This Tudor-inspired bungalow at 213 19th Street South was one of the earliest brick-constructed residences in South Highlands.
A recessed porch spans the 40-foot facade and and shelters the transom- and- sidelight entry. Half- timbering and stucco in the gable face are currently obscured by gray paint. Large 1-over-1 sash windows and awning basement lights are set in segmental-arches. The rear enclosed porch has 4-over-4 sash windows and double teardrop siding.
The home's back porch and original hipped-roof can been seen in a 1909 panoramic photo of the neighborhood.
Bessemer artist, Jason Burnett, began renovating the property in 2004.


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