I love the awnings, if only because houses of this era typically had them–hey, there wasn’t any air conditioning, they¬† had to get creative. This double is simple, but has so much potential. While there have been many restorations elsewhere in Herron-Morton Place, this one has been boarded up for at least a decade. And this is a picture from a year or two ago. It looked much worse last time I passed by.

Here’s my prayer: if someone buys a house like this as a development opportunity, why not give the buyer a year or two to get it fixed up, or start raising the taxes exponentially if there’s no forward motion.

Or: got any better ideas?