(Photo by Gary Kueber)
Side-gabled 1-story Craftsman-style house with a classical three-part form. A flanking flat-roofed screen porch on the north side and a sunroom on the south side project outward from the facade. In front of the center entrance with a 5-pane transom is a brick tenace. Other features are an interior chinmey, 2 gabled dormers, tripled 9-over-1 sash windows, and wide eaves with oversized brackets. Vinyl siding and trim. Webster McCoy, occupant in 1930. Robert H. Sykes, a lawyer, judge, and president of The Depositors National Banks of Durham, was owner-occupant in 1935-1940.