Around 1915, when the photo above was taken, this house lay on the outer edge of Raleigh’s city limits. Now, it rests squarely within the boundaries of downtown. Save some minor changes, the exterior of the house has remained much the same since the photograph was taken. The bracket under the dormer remains an interesting feature of the home and also distinguishes it from others in the neighborhood.
Any of our savvy readers care to guess where this house is? This is a tough one, but we’ll make it worth your while. The first person to correctly identify the complete address of this house will receive an 8×10 print, hand-printed from the original glass plate negative. How’s that for some motivation?