This small, rural house has been empty since at least the 1980’s. It was once part of a larger farm and during it’s best years in the 60’s there were a number of buildings extant which have since been torn down and replaced with plowed farm fields. As is the case with smaller family farms like this, cotton or tobacco was generally the crop of choice around the middle of the century, and the remaining tobacco drying barn is proof of which this family was working.
UPDATE: As of August, 2023, this location is no more. It was bulldozed and the land is being cleared.