This 1950 Craftsman was designed by Leila Ross Wilburn, the second woman in the South to become a licensed architect. Ross created architectural plan books for home design. Her first of nine plan books, Southern Homes and Bungalows, was published in 1914. These plan books created access for middle-class homeowners to professionally designed home blueprints. She is considered Georgia’s most prolific architect of homes.
In 2018, Sarah J. Boykin and Susan M. Hunter published a retrospective on her work titled Southern Homes and Plan Books.
This home is a contributing property to Twin City’s Historic District.