This Italianate house was built for John H. Schoolfield, a merchant and a founder of Dan River Mills. It features a heavy, bracketed cornice, tall and slender arched windows with hoods, a projecting central pavilion, and a lacy cast-iron porch with a bellcast roof. The irregular massing of the house and the interlocking corner bricks of the polygonal side bay reflect the late appearance of this house in the Italianate mode. There are later modifications to the rear of the house.
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John H. Schoolfield House
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