Dr. James A. Fulmer House, Fountain Inn, SC
The Dr. James A. Fulmer House, located near downtown Fountain Inn in lower Greenville County, is a stunning and remarkably intact example of a one-story, brick-veneered, Tudor Revival cottage with Craftsman style windows and interior details. Based on a stock plan originally conceived by the Atlanta-based plan book architect Leila Ross Wilburn, the first known female among the plan book architects of the early twentieth century, the Dr. James A. Fulmer House features a multi-colored brick veneer arranged in various intriguing patterns, a number of windows and other details with Gothic proportions, and numerous interior architectural details that are virtually unchanged since the original construction of the house.
The Dr. James A. Fulmer House was determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places by the South Carolina State Board of Review on July 24, 2015.
Dr. James A. Fulmer House, 2015