2301 West Club Blvd.

36.017324, -78.929983

Cross Street
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Mitchell-Baker House.

Side-gabled Classical Revival cottage with corbeled eaves, vented dormers, 9-over-1 paired windows, a paneled front door with transom and sidelights, and a classical arched entrance porch with fluted columns. The side screened porch has fluted columns.

D. C. Mitchell Jr., bookkeeper at Durham Lumber Co., had this built. In 1955 the R. J. Bakers purchased it.


The Bakers had previously lived next door at 2303. Mr Baker died November, 1994. Mrs Baker sold the house a year later. After that, owners made external changes to the original house, including screening in the side porch, removing most of the porch which originally went all the way across the front connecting to the side porch, and extending the back of the house. There were also internal changes.

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