101 South Guthrie Avenue

35.985739, -78.876018

Cross Street
Architectural style
National Register
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101 South Guthrie

In an area of the city exhibiting a multitude of wonderful bungalows, 101 South Guthrie stands out as one of East Durham's (and Durham's) largest and most elaborate, given its unusual wraparound front porch. It and the full block of houses to its east on East Main are owned by a single LLC landlord.

(Below in italics is from the 2004 East Durham National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)

James Pleasants House. Large, architecturally distinguished 1 1/2-story side-gabled bungalow, with a shed dormer window and a shed porch with boxed posts that wraps around the north side. Original features include weatherboard, eave brackets, 1-over-1 sash beneath the porch, 6-over-9 and 1-over-1 sash on the sides, and Queen Anne sash in the upper story. 1930-1935 CDs: Jas. F. Pleasants occupant (member, Durham City Council).

TMLS, June 2017

TMLS June 2017


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