1402 Holloway, 1980
Per the Historic Inventory:
The earliest known owner of this vernacular Neoclassical Revival style frame house was Mrs. Mary F. Rowland. The principal stylistic elements of the two-story hip-roofed house consist of Doric columns supporting the wraparound porch and porte cochere, a Palladian window in the attic dormer on the main facade, and the pedimented gables of the shallow wings on the side elevations. Retaining its original tall chimneys and slate roof, the house is prominently situated on a very large corner lot and surrounded by mature hardwoods. It is popularly known locally for its subsequent owners, the Bonnie M. Gregory family, owners of the Rite-Way Laundry on Angier Ave.
The house has been remuddled a good bit since that time. It appears it came under ownership of the Agape School in 1986, so presumably the school did it. Such would seem confirmed by their recent Home Depot-esque garish remodel of the house at 1217 Holloway - otherwise known as the red-roof-you-can-see-from z=15 on Google Maps.
1402 Holloway, 10.02.10
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