Armstrong House – Jennings

A recurring residential type in early 20th-century Tarrant County was the one-story gabled house with full porch recessed under the front gable end. This well-preserved bungalow is a distinguished example of the type. It was built c. 1911 for Robert B. Armstrong, a post office clerk, and his wife, Grace. The Armstrong House has been significantly altered. A brick wainscot and vinyl siding have been added. The front columns have been replaced.

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