City Directories and History: This Queen Anne influenced home on Highway 322 was built about 1887 by James Franklin Ashe soon after his marriage to Alice Inman. In 1935, the property was sold to Samuel Victor Aycock by J. F. Ashe’s daughter, Ione Ashe Williams. From Samuel V. Aycock the property passed to his son, Perry William Aycock.
The house is a one-story, crossed gable structure with a hipped roof. A number of decorative elements are visible including cornice returns, vergeboard, functional shutters, and decorative door surrounds. It shows on the Walker map, far left side.
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