508 Massey Ave – Nannie J. Cooper House

35.980152, -78.898971

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This one-and-a-half story, side-gabled house is three bays wide and double-pile with a two-story, full-width, shed-roofed rear ell. The house has a brick foundation and veneer and an exterior brick chimney on the west elevation. It has been altered significantly with the replacement of the front door and all of the windows; door and windows openings were all reduced to accommodate smaller windows. Three gabled dormers on the façade have vinyl siding and windows. A one-story, hip-roofed porch on the east elevation has been fully enclosed with vinyl siding and sliding windows. A brick front stoop with brick latticework knee walls is not original. The address is listed as vacant in the 1940 city directory; the earliest known occupant is Nannie J. Cooper, the widow of James L. Cooper, in 1945. Earlier the Groveland Presbyterian Church was located at this address.






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