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312 Washington Street

312 Washington Street House 312 Washington Street Cook's Quarters Structure In March of 2012, Jillian began conducting background research on a historic home in Fayetteville, Tennessee. The land upon which the house is situated originally belonged to Judge N.P. Carter of Fayetteville. The house was constructed in the Shingle Style circa 1895-1905, and was the long time residence of Elbert Oliver and Jessie Neeld Green. Predating the house is a c. 1850 Greek Revival structure believed to have been the original cook’s quarters/kitchen. It is believed that the original house was of Greek Revival design and burned in the 1890s. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 as part of a larger district. The current owners hired Jillian to perform background research and offer her opinion on architectural design for the purposes of restoration and preservation.