Williamson County
Historical Commission


  Wilcox Graves House

Historical Marker Georgetown, Texas



circa 1905

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Wilcox Graves House
1403 Olive Street


Wilcox-Graves House. 1403 Olive. One and-a-half-story wood-frame dwelling; exterior walls with 117/121 siding; hip roof with composition shingles; hip dormers; front elevation faces west; interior brick chimney; wood-sash double-hung and fixed windows with 1/1 lights; single-door entrance; three-bay porch within front projecting ell; Doric columns, slat-wood balustrade. Other noteworthy features include single, large oval lights in entrance door; narrow oval lights in sidelights; Doric pilasters on front dormer; shingle siding on bases of Doric pilasters; molding over windows; bay window on north elevation with angled corners and stained glass in center window. Outbuildings include double garage and storage building.

Primary area of significance: architecture. A good example of an early twentieth century vernacular dwelling. D. P. Wilcox was part owner of Wilcox Bros. Book and Jewelry Store. Former home of Judge H. N. Graves.

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