Spurlock House – Grand

Claude Spurlock, a buyer for Swift & Co., purchased this Grand Avenue bluff-top property in 1919. Spurlock and his wife, Madge, resided in the house until 1951. Distinguishing features of the low, Craftsman style, wood-frame house are the rubble stone chimney and porch posts. It is a contributor to the proposed Grand Avenue National Register Historic District.

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