About McDowell House

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The McDowell House is a National Register of Historic Places property located in Fountain Inn, South Carolina. The Craftsman style bungalow was built in 1922 by J. B. Wasson for his sister, Quentine Wasson McDowell.

The house features a cross gabled front porch supported by wooden pillars on brick piers, exposed rafters, wide overhanging eaves, a pergola, and original interior details including wood flooring, window and door surrounds, fireplace surrounds and trim. The pine and oak used in its construction came from nearby property owned by J. B. Wasson.

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598, North Main Street, Fountain Inn, Greenville County, South Carolina, United States of America, 29644

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