603 Franklin Street SE

Baustrade put back as part of c. 1982 addition, J & H Arch. - H. Jones. (HJAC - '97)
District: Twickenham (928)
Built: c. 1901
Style: Dutch Colonial
Sign: David Grayson 1901
Location: Map ↗
603 Franklin Street SE

Grayson-Sullins Home, Franklin Street

This 1901 Dutch colonial revival style house was designed by Herbert Cowell for the Grayson family. A.M. Booth, a local contractor, was the builder. Edward C. Betts, the author of Early History of Huntsville, Alabama 1804 to 1870, and Judge Advocate-General to General Eisenhower, ETO, bought the house in 1919. It is currently owned by Dr. and Mrs. William H. Sullins who have added an upstairs porch and a deck to the rear of the house. Sketched by Lee Harless, Jr. in 1987.

Item 11 of 11 (5971)

Source: Lee Harless, Jr.
Date: 1987
Rights: Reproduced from "Twickenham Tables" published by the Twickenham Historic Preservation District Association, Inc., 1988, with the permission of THPDA and the artist.