White-Littrup House at Uniontown, AL (built c. 1901, listed on the NRHP)

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This house was built circa 1901 for John Henry (Harry) and Fannie B. White. It combines the picturesque qualities of late Victorian architecture with Neo-Classical detailing such as the fluted Ionic colonettes which support the flat-roofed wraparound porch. Notable features of this home include captain’s windows in the gables on two sides of the house. This was also the first home in Uniontown to have central heat.

This house is a contributing property to the Uniontown Historic District that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). It is located on the north side of Franklin Street approximately 150 yards west of the Uniontown Post Office (GPS coordinates 32.451793,-87.516124).

This is a private residence – drive by only.

Sources: 1) NRHP Uniontown Historic District” Registration Form; 2) Perry County Heritage, Volume II, prepared by The Book Committee and Friends of the Perry County Historical and Preservation Society.


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