2219 West Club Blvd.

36.017266, -78.929284

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Samuel R. Greene House.

1 1/2-story, side-gable bungalow with an end chimney, front gable dormer, exposed eave brackets, wood shake siding, and a front gable wing. It has 5-over-1 Craftsman sash windows, a Craftsman front door, and a side bay window. The wraparound gabled porch has brick posts and open brickwork railing.

Durham Lumber Co. supt. Samuel R. Greene had this built. Adopted from a 1917 Aladdin house plan, "The Plaza."


Thank you for this post. My grandparents, Samuel R. Greene Sr and Adeline Mitchell Greene, and three children lived in this home. Addie's father, D.C. Mitchell, owned East Durham Lumber Co, the source for many of the homes materials. D.C. lived at 2015 W. Club. He also helped build homes for daughter Mary Rose Cole at 2027 and son D.C. Mitchell Jr. (yellow house on the corner west of 2219 W. Club).

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