Echols House – Miller

Robert and Kathleen Echols built this six-room brick and stone house in 1928. Echols worked as a bricklayer, and he designed and constructed his own house with builder J.E. Echol’s assistance. The house has passed through several owners since the early 1930s. This large sandstone-veneer house has a prominent front chimney flanked by arched front windows. A steeply pitched gable roof with slightly flaring eaves shelters the recessed front entrance portico. Stylistically, the house exhibits an unusual combination of the English medieval cottage and bungalow styles.

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