613 N. Broad Street
Contributing, ca. 1905
This type of I-house is a common late nineteenth-early twentieth century house form in Piedmont North Carolina, but is rare in the West End. It is a simple two-story frame house, three bays wide and one room deep, with a hip roof, a hip-roofed front porch with turned posts, a plain balustrade, and a plain frieze, and a one-story rear ell. In recent years the house was covered with aluminum siding, but this change has not greatly affected its architectural integrity.
1917 Sanborn Map, page 86 at “613” N. Broad