415. Harry H. Jones House (FY 1842)
112 N. Sunset Drive
This modest but well-preserved bungalow remained in the same family for over fifty years. The one-story weatherboarded house has broad wood shingled gables with widely overhanging braced eaves, typical of many bungalows of the period. Unusual features include a low front cross gable with braced eaves and windows which nearly fill the triangular space, a right front corner porch with weatherboarded posts, and a Craftsman front door set on an angle between the two planes of the facade.
Harry L. Jones, an employee of RJR Tobacco Company, and his wife, Vearl F. purchased the property in 1922 and were listed in the 1923 directory at this location. The Jones family remained owner-occupants until 1974. (TR, CD)
Garage, Contributing: Behind the house is a one-car frame garage with vertical board siding and a gable roof which was probably built prior to 1930.