No longer standing
Hook and Sawyer, Some Designs by Hook & Sawyer, Architects, Charlotte, N.C. (1902).
M. Ruth Little and Claudia Roberts Brown, A Tale of Three Cities: Eden’s Heritage: A Pictorial Survey (1986).
The Spray Inn, shown in a photograph in Hook and Sawyer (1902) was built for the textile industrial community of Spray, which became part of the town of Eden. It was a long, gambrel roofed building combining Shingle and Colonial Revival styles, with a full-length 1-story porch with stout columns.