Haddaway House – Homan

A gabled bay projects from the hip-roofed, rectangular mass in this example of a common vernacular form. Clad in narrow milled wood siding, the house features a deep corner porch on tapering paneled posts that shades the west and south elevations. Rochester Haddaway purchased three lots on Homan Street from North Fort Worth Townsite Co. in December, 1910, and had his house built soon after. Haddaway was president of the Southwestern Land Corporation and later worked in investments; the house is occupied still by a member of the Haddaway family. Now hidden from the mad by dense foliage, the residence remains in excellent, unaltered condition.

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