MAK Home - 334 Adams
334 Adams, constructed in 1910, has maintained the features of Wilburn’s design, including the distinctive groupings of square and round columns on the expansive front porch.
In prior decades, major changes in the interior were implemented in order to divide the home into a duplex. Entrances from the dining room and to the back stairway were closed, and the former kitchen was renovated to a bedroom and a full bath was added. The back of the house was expanded to provide for a small galley kitchen.
The home underwent extensive renovations in the 1990s when rooms were re-plastered, the front columns and porch were rebuilt and restored and period details were added. Upstairs, the sleeping porch was enclosed to provide for a larger bathroom and more living space.
The home's six fireplaces have original tiles and mantel. Other original features include flooring with inlaid details and front door with sidelights. The current owners have plans for further renovations.
The home is currently a 4-bedroom, 2-bath home with approximately 2,500 square feet of living space.
Plan: Southern Homes and Bungalows, page 10, plan #656
"There is nothing I like better and I don't believe I'd be satisfied with any other job in the world."
-Leila Ross Wilburn