Tudor Revival Cottage, 1946, Clayton

This is an attorney’s office but was likely a residence in its first incarnation. Stone structures like this are emblematic of the mountains to me and this one of the nicest examples in Clayton.

1 thought on “Tudor Revival Cottage, 1946, Clayton

  1. Farress Brenn Henslee

    This building is quite old and was originally a house. This is my home county and I pass this every day on my way to work.

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