This was the home of Edmund Burke Hopson and his wife Eula O'Briant Hopson. They passed away in 1967 and 1965 respectively. The property, which extended from S. Alston Ave. to T.W. Alexander Dr. was sold to Sumitomo Electric in 1983. In 2008, the 40 acres along S. Alston Ave. was sold to Southeastern Freight Lines of South Carolina. Many assumed the house was gone until the land was cleared in October of 2012. The house is to be demolished in mid November, 2012 to make way for the new Southeastern Freight Lines Terminal.