303 N. State St.

"Eshelman House", 1932
Colonial Revival

This house was built for Monticello tailor William Eshelman in 1932.  This house features the Colonial Revival style; rectangular shape, two and a half story with side gable roof.  The house has no eaves.  The shed roof porch with four sets of paired Doric Wood Columns has a gable in the center with a segmental arch open bed that continues through the porch ceiling to the doorway.  The center door has wood side panels and a solid wood segmental arch "fanlight"