Bissette-Cooley House

Contributors:
John C. Stout, attributed architect
Dates:

1911

Location:
Nashville, Nash County
Street Address:

N. 1st St. at E. Washington St., Nashville, NC

Status:

Standing

Type:

Residential

Images Puslished In:

Richard Leonard Mattson, The History and Architecture of Nash County, North Carolina (1987).

Note:

Standing at the end of a dramatic axis, the large house with its dramatic Ionic portico overlapping a wraparound porch is a major landmark of the small county seat community. It was built for lumberman George N. Bissette and was later the home of Congressman Harold Cooley.