N end of Wilson St.
Catherine W. Bishir and Michael T. Southern, A Guide to the Historic Architecture of Eastern North Carolina (1996)
Built in a landscaped, parklike setting in “attractively ornamental fashion,” the main building was of “Spanish architecture, flanked by huge concrete reservoirs and settling tanks.” In a typical format, the main building is symmetrical in form with a central office pavilion and architect windows lighting the flanking pump and filter rooms. The 1978 annex by J. N. Pease matches the original building. The facility is still in use.