Louie James House

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Louie James House


The Louie James House is a Colonial Revival frame house on a brick basement foundation, built in 1923 for William Louis James. The L-shaped house features 5 chimneys and has a Roman Doric style porch with a terra cotta-tiled terrace along the entire width of the house. Interior features include Roman Doric columns, decorative mouldings, pilasters and an arched vestibule. The majority of the interior light fixtures are original to the house.

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401 West Poinsett Street


Henry R. Trott (of Greenville, SC-based architectural firm Jones and Trott)

Architectural Styles

Colonial Revival

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