320 Blount Avenue (House); AHC Survey #10

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320 Blount Avenue (House); AHC Survey #10


House; Guntersville, Alabama; 1915; Different version previously on location/address (Duplex)


One story frame Craftsman style dwelling with a hipped composition shingle roof with exposed rafter ends and a small side gable ridge monitor, 2 interior brick chimneys, modern gable dormer at its front slope (ca. 1990) with historic dormers at the side slopes; faces east, irregular shaped plan, 7-bay wide facade; recessed porches at the 4 southern bays and the 2 northern bay of the facade with wood posts; entrances at the 2nd and 6th bays of the facade (from the S), single, triple, single, double, and single Craftsman geometric windows in the remaining bays, similar windows at the side elevations; wood novelty siding; continuous brick foundation.

Historical Data:
Construction and design details suggest that this house was built circa 1915. It is shown on a 1930 Sanborn map as a single dwelling and on its 1948 update as a duplex.


Thomas Hale, The University of North Alabama


Alabama Historical Commission; Historic Building Form, Survey #10