Monday, November 22, 2010
The Lott-Parker House, Circa 1900
Another Union Street jewel, this residence was built by J.J. Lott, and stayed in the same family until 2005. Note the first story windows crowned with broken pediments and the Corinthian columns. These details identify the Colonial aspects of the house.
The rounded stepped entry and squared door and side light arrangement show a mixture of Neoclassical influences that make this home part of the Eclectic Movement.