MAK Home - 310 Adams
Wilburn describes the home constructed at 310 Adams as a “Colonial Craftsman”. The home’s design provides a mixture of Arts & Crafts detail and trim on the home’s exterior and Colonial details on the interior of the home, including the fireplace and wood moldings.
This home has had only three owners. The first owner from 1919-1970’s was Florence Smith, an Agnes Scott professor. The second owners were Chip and Robin Underwood and the current owners, Adam and Julia Levy, bought the home in 1993.
Through the years, 310 Adams has maintained the charm of its original exterior features – golden brick siding, Arts & Crafts styled trim work, a bank of double-hung windows and a charming side porch with a generous columned entryway. Interior details on this “Colonial Craftsman” are also notable, including, original oak and pine flooring, restored tiled fireplace and wood moldings.
310 Adams has been expanded and renovated to suit the needs of a modern family. In the 1990s the attic was expanded to provide additional living space by adding a dormer to the back of the roofline and renovating the area to provide for a master bedroom suite. A sunroom and screened porch have been added to offer greater views of the spacious back yard.
As the home to a family of four, 310 Adams is now a 1 ½ -story, 4-bedroom, 3-bath home with approximately 4,000 square feet of living space.
Plan: Brick and Colonial Homes, page 16, plan #18
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