(Durham County Tax Photo, 2006)
Dr. C. A. Adams Jr. House. 2-story, 5-bay-wide brick Colonial Revival-style house with a side-gable slate roof, a modillion cornice, 3 gabled dormers, and exterior end chimneys. Other features are an entrance with sidelights, a blind fanlight and a 1-bay pedimented porch with tripled columns. Windows have 8-over-8 sash with flat arches with keystones. At left is a 1-story sunporch; at right a 2-story wing. A garage is located in the raised basement at the rear. Architect George Watts Carr designed the house for Dr. C. A. Adams, Jr., a dentist at 128 W. Main Street and the son of Dr. C. A. Adams Sr. who built next door. Dr. C. A. Adams III has lived here all his life.