"Hemphill House", 1912
Four Square, Craftsman Influence
This house was built by and for contractor Ed Hemphill in 1912. This house features the Four Square with Craftsman influence; irregular shape, two and ah alf story, with clapboard and wood shingle siding, and hip roof. A wide decorative shingle band is set below the frieze. The main roof and the porch roof have overhanging open eaves with braces and rafter tails. The porch has a solid brick balustrade with segmental arched openings and corbelled cap. A wide wood frieze with stepped corner pieces is atop the porch piers an a gable over the center stairs has "half-timbering" in its tympanum.
A brick garage outbuilding (c. 1930) with gable roof has overhanging open eaves with rafter tails and front and rear stepped parapets.