This winged-gable house has a Queen Anne-inspired bay on the front; it’s a nice example of the Folk Victorian form.
Located near the railroad tracks in Ohoopee, this appears to be the last remaining commercial structure in the community. It’s also possible that it served as a bank or general store. Cindy Talley Nolfe, via Facebook, notes that it was the U. S. Post Office in the 1950s. [The post office closed in Ohoopee in 1953].
Corner entrance buildings of this sort saw widespread commercial usage in the early 20th century.
This congregation dates to 1927.
This is a great vernacular interpretation of the Queen Anne style and has always been well maintained.
This is a Georgian Cottage [as evident in the second photograph] with Folk Victorian decorative details.