212 South Edisto Avenue
Tudor Revival Style House
Crafted in a style also called Medieval Revival, this cottage incorporates a number of elements more commonly labeled Tudor Revival. Features include half-timbering — actual or faux, as in the case of this house — and a high-pitched roof. Other common characteristics include tall, small-paned windows and a prominent cross gable. Cottages and bungalows, often incorporating revival style details, were among the most numerous housing forms found within Columbia's earliest suburbs and remain a staple of those communities today.