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Ernest Baxter Fite House

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Built  1927–28
Designated ARLH  December 4, 1992
Added to NRHP  28 August 1997
NRHP Reference #  94001545
Area  4 ha
Ernest Baxter Fite House
Location  Jct. of Jackson Military Rd. and Thomas St., Hamilton, Alabama
Architectural style  Colonial Revival architecture

The Ernest Baxter Fite House is a historic residence in Hamilton, Alabama. Designed by Weatherly Carter, who had designed what later became the Alabama Governor's Mansion, the house was built in 1927–1928 for Ernest Baxter Fite, then a member of the Alabama House of Representatives and a former state senator. Ernest's son, Rankin Fite, served two terms as Speaker of the state House.

The house was built of brick in a Colonial Revival style. Four doric columns frame the front portico. The main entrance is in the right third of the portico. The house contains 17 rooms split between 2 floors, including 6 bedrooms. It was listed on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage in 1992 and the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.


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