Huddleson House – Circle Park

This substantial, one-story bungalow is clad in narrow-milled wood siding and features a gable roof of low nitch with a number of transverse gables. A full porch, supported by brick piers and balustrade, shades the east front and extends north to form a porte-cochere. H. H. and Lena M Huddleston acquired the house in 1937; he was an attendant at a Magnolia Petroleum Co. station. The house has remained in the Huddleston family.

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