Harris House, 1904, Naylor

This is a nice example of the evolution of vernacular architecture at the turn of the last century and illustrates the complications of choosing an architectural identification. Various surveyors might call it a cottage or a house, with such qualifiers as hip-roof, pyramidal, Georgian Cottage, Folk Victorian, and perhaps more. Thanks to Mercy Yates for bringing it to my attention.

3 thoughts on “Harris House, 1904, Naylor

  1. Pingback: Harris House, Georgia | To Die for Images

  2. ben dooley

    Nice old house Brian! Maybe it should be referred to as ”proto carport” LOL! I have cousins who grew up in Naylor.


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