James Scales House

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James Scales House
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James Scales House, July 2014.
James Scales House is located in Tennessee
James Scales House
Location US Alt. 31, Kirkland, Tennessee
Coordinates 35°48′18″N 86°39′42″W / 35.80500°N 86.66167°W / 35.80500; -86.66167Coordinates: 35°48′18″N 86°39′42″W / 35.80500°N 86.66167°W / 35.80500; -86.66167
Area 5.8 acres (2.3 ha)
Built c.1885
Architect Unknown
Architectural style Stick/Eastlake, I-house; central passage plan
MPS Williamson County MRA[2]
NRHP Reference # 88000350 [1]
Added to NRHP April 13, 1988

The James Scales House, built c.1885 in Kirkland, Tennessee, United States, along with the William W. Johnson House, another Williamson County house, are notable as late 19th century central passage plan residences that "display period decoration at eaves and porch."[2]:43 It includes Stick/Eastlake, I-house, and central passage plan architecture.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988. When listed the property included one contributing building and three contributing structures on an area of 5.8 acres (2.3 ha).[1]

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