Henry And Florence Satterfield House, 1952

35.94492, -78.943441

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Henry and Florence Satterfield House

2801 Chelsea Circle, ca. 1952, Contributing Building

One-story U-plan Ranch house with mitered-corner weatherboards, hipped roofs, and slightly Modernist detailing; center wing holds front entry in an inset front porch; two lower, projecting wings flank the porch; 2/2 horizontal sash with two multi-lite picture windows, each flanked by 2/2 sidelights; squared columns support the porch roof; garage at the back of the east wing accessible from a curb cut in the side yard at Hope Valley Road. While city records date the house to 1955, the address first appears in the 1952 city directory. Owner Henry C. Satterfield Jr. was president of the Cary Lumber Company, which had a mill, lumber yard, warehouse, and office on Milton Avenue near the Morehead Hills neighborhood.

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