George S. Eadie House

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George S. Eadie House

3433
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Durham
NC
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3433 Dover Road, ca. 1930, Contributing Building

Two-story side-gabled Colonial Revival with vinyl siding, 6/6 sash, brick end chimneys, centered

gabled portico on squared posts sheltering a five-panel front door, and single-story side-gabled

flanking side wings, including a screened porch on the south side. Between 1931 and 1932, Duke

professor George S. Eadie moved to Hope Valley from a residence on Duke’s campus. Eadie, another

early member of the Medical School faculty, lived here through at least 1958, according to city

directories.

Garage

3433 Dover Road, ca. 1990, Noncontributing Building

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