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James H. and Anne B. Willis House

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Built  1965 (1965)
Opened  1965
NRHP Reference #  15000181
Added to NRHP  23 April 1915
James H. and Anne B. Willis House
Location  707 Blair St., Greensboro, North Carolina
Similar  Greensboro Science Center, NewBridge Bank Park, Blandwood Mansion and Gard, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Guilford College

The James H. and Anne B. Willis House is a historic house at 707 Blair Street in Greensboro, North Carolina. It is a single story Modernist structure, laid out in a T shape with a gabled roof. The north facade, facing Blair Street, has a large plate glass window, while the main entrance is on the shorter west side, sheltered by a shed-roof porch. The exterior has a variety of finishes, including vertical cypress board and brick veneer, and plate glass windows and smaller sash windows are used in variety around the exterior. The house was built in 1965, and is an important Modernist work of the local architectural firm of Loewenstein-Atkinson.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.

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James H. and Anne B. Willis House Wikipedia


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