City Directories and History: 1959 – Joseph H. Easley (Lowenstein Executive – Assist. Manager of the Bleachery),
The Herald reported on May 13, 1940 – “Mr. and Mrs. Joe Easley and family have moved from 411 Park Ave., to their new home on 844 Myrtle Dr., in Cherry Park.”
This was the home of the Easley family for decades until Frank and Martha Fairey purchased the property from the family in the late 1980s. Not to be confused with the Fairey’s earlier home at 882 Myrtle Drive. The Fairey’s added a enclosed porch to the rear of the house as well as a front circular stoop. Dr. Fairey, known for his love of gardening, built a new driveway, planted gardens and landscaping to the home which remarkably enhanced the character of the dwelling. The Fairey family moved to Anderson S.C., in 1995 and sold the home to Harriet and Martin Goode, who added a garage to the rear of the home.
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