Hamilton House – Thomas

This dark red brick-veneer house has an irregular U-plan composed of interlocking gabled and hipped bays. Rough clinker bricks vary the surface texture of the wall, making the house resemble a rustic European cottage. The dwelling was erected by contractor C. E. Lewis for James W. Hamilton, president of Hamilton Cotton Co., and his wife, Virginia. The property remained in the Hamilton family until 1977.

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