Miller-Souchak House

35.952858, -78.954492

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Miller-Souchak House

3318 Devon Road, ca. 1951, Contributing Building

Four side-gabled staggered blocks of varying roof heights compose this one-and-a-half-story brick house; aluminum siding sheathes the gable ends and dormers; other features include 2/2 horizontal sash, engaged front entry porch under shed roof on Tuscan columns, front-gabled bay at facade, two smaller side-gabled wings at east side, and shed-roofed dormers with wood casements. Baxter and Helen Miller are the first owners and residents of this house, which first appears in the city directory in 1952. The Millers, part-owners of the downtown clothing store Miller-Bishop, lived here through 1960, while building the house next door at 3312. Professional golfer Mike Souchak and his wife Nancy moved to 3318 Devon Road in 1960. Subsequently George and Jean Brumley bought the home and lived there for several years prior to building the George and Jean Brumley House on Surrey Road.

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