397. William C. Smith House (FY 1824)
109 N. Sunset Drive
Contributing, ca. 1924

 
Situated on a hillside above Sunset Drive, the Smith House has front, side, and rear stone retaining walls and a long flight of stone steps leading from the corner of the yard to the front porch. The house is a one-and-a-half-story stuccoed bungalow with multiple broad gables on the main roof, dormers, projecting bays, and front porch. The off-center front porch features groups of tapered wood posts set on stuccoed plinths with a plain balustrade.

 

William C. Smith, an accountant with RJR Tobacco Company, built the house between 1920 and 1925. He and his wife, Treva, occupied it until the early 1950’s.

 
Garage, Noncontributing:Behind the house is a two-car cinderblock garage with a gable roof which appears to have been built post 1950.