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A. C. Jones House, Lexington County (104 Fair Ave., Batesburg)
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Constructed in 1904, this weatherboard residence has influences of the California bungalow form. The composition hipped roof is broken on three slopes by large, hipped dormers covered in shingles. Exposed rafters appear on the dormers, roof and projecting wraparound porch. House and porch foundations are of granite. A plain rail balustrade extends the porch, connecting triple clusters of Tuscan colonettes above granite pedestals. Window sash are of large one-over-one panes. A broad granite stair leads to the centrally placed front door, which is enframed by dark molding and projecting cap. When it was constructed, this house introduced the California bungalow form to this area. Builder A.C. Jones was a successful Batesburg cotton broker, merchant and farmer whose home reflects the prosperity of the business community before World War I. Listed in the National Register July 6, 1982.
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