Historic Zoning Commission
Updates for 1-F-20-HZ

1-F-20-HZ

Level II. Demolition or relocation of noncontributing structure

Demolition and removal of two-story, single-family residence at 115 James Agee Street.

Site Info
Vernacular Victorian (c.1900)

Two-story frame residence with a side-gable rofo clad in asphalt shingles, an exterior of brick veneer, and a brick foundation. A hipped-roof porch extends the length of the east elevation, with the right half enclosed with non-historic siding and windows. Interior central brick chimney.


1. The house at 115 James Agee Street is noted as non-contributing in the July 2000 Fort Sanders NC Overlay Designation Report. It was included as a contributing structure to the National Register Historic District (written in 1977). The house has received several campaigns of inappropriate alterations over the years, including replacement non-historic windows, an enclosed porch, and non-historic brick veneer siding. Demolition of structures designated non-contributing in the initial overlay designation report is appropriate under the guidelines.

Staff Recommendation
Demolition of non-contributing structure

Staff recommends approval of the work as proposed.

Case Fileposted 1/9/2020

Level II

Ft. Sanders NC-1
Planning Staff
Lindsay Crockett
Phone: (865) 215-3795
Email: lindsay.crockett@knoxplanning.org
Location Knoxville
115 James Agee St. 37916
Applicant
Thomas Brandon
Owner
Thomas Brandon

Actions from the March 19, 2020 meeting

3-A-20-HZ Approved

3-B-20-HZ Approved

3-C-20-HZ Approved

3-D-20-HZ Approved

3-E-20-HZ Approved with Conditions


3-I-20-HZ Approved

3-J-20-HZ Approved with Conditions

3-L-20-HZ Approved