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RENOVATIONS BEGIN ON A HISTORIC HOME OWNED BY THE FRIDAYS BY JESSICA STRINGER | PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRIANA BROUGH
HIRTY YEARS AGO, Southern Living published
an article about Bill and Ida Friday’s home nestled in the Franklin-Rosemary Historic District. After two very different homes – a contemporary and then a columned antique house – the Fridays were ready for a primarily one-level home they could retire in after decades of service to UNC. Taking into consideration the neighborhood, architecture firm McClure and McClure Architects and Planners, PA designed the Hooper Lane home with two wings, soaring 18-foot living room ceilings and French doors that connected the interior with the outdoors. For years, the Fridays
Homeowner Dr. Jo Anne Earp and architect Sophie Piesse have been friends for over a decade and have been working together on home renovations for just as long.
chapelhillmagazine.com April 2018