This Victorian house was owned by the Frawley family. Kate Clifton Brazell writes: My Father’s family, The Cliftons, owned over 800 acres about 2 miles from this store. My Grandfather, who I called “Boy”, said that that house was once a finishing school for girls. He said young girls would come from all over the state to attend this finishing school.
It is the most visible residential landmark remaining in Scarboro.
The archival photo above shows the side of the house, when it was in much worse repair. It was made by our friend, Lamar Sanders. Mr. Hazel Frawley lived here at the time and walked across the lane to his store for many years. He spent most of his life on the Ogeechee. Please credit Mr. Sanders if sharing the archival image.