Architecture You Love
A North Carolina 501C3 Educational Nonprofit Archive Documenting, Preserving, and Promoting Residential Modernist Architecture

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Enjoy browsing, but unless otherwise noted, these houses are private property and closed to the public -- so don't go tromping around uninvited.

JAMES KNOX TATE IV, AIA (1944-)

Tate was born in Lexington VA. He received a BS in Civil Engineering from Duke University in 1966. After four years in the US Navy and Vietnam as Commander, he earned a BA in Architecture from the University of Tennessee School of Design in 1973. Tate taught structures and design for three years at the NCSU School of Design. He was a Chapel Hill Historic District Commissioner for 10 years and Chair for four years. He is married to Stella Waugh, daughter of architect Terry Waugh.




1968 - The Sidney Louis Eastman House, 1710 Michaux Road, Chapel Hill. Built by JP Goforth. Sold to Tim Turvey in 1977. Sold to Fred and Linda Lampe in 1985. Photo by Jill Blackburn.


1974 - The Evelyn Blackburn Residence, 313 Avalon Court, Chapel Hill. Sold in 1975 to Donna Snider and William J Arendshorst. Sold in 1991 Abdul G. and Lila S. Azhari. Sold in 2006 to Robert P. Lineberger.







Around 1977 - The C. L. and Moyna Kendall House, 632 Brookview, Chapel Hill. Sold in 1989 to Dana Fowlkes and Susan Lord. Sold in 1992 to John and Jane Pearce. Sold in 2013 to Richard and Archna Johnson. 2013 renovation by Bill Waddell.

1976 - The Knox Tate House, 195 Marilyn Lane, Chapel Hill. Sold in 1983 to Carol Macguire Carnes. Sold in 1984 to Susan Evans. Sold in 1985 to David Woodley. Sold in 1988 to Margaret Scarborough. Sold to 1994 to Joyce Stahmann. Sold in 2001 to Aron Helser and Alexandra Bokinsky. Tate added on a screened porch.


 

1978 - The Katherine Soule House, 7701 Kennebec Drive, Chapel Hill. Sold in 2014 to Lauren Brooke Bullock and Michael Andrew Skillin.






1981 - The Reynolds Price Tenant House, 4403 West Cornwallis Road, Durham. Built by Lawrence Naumoff.  For sale in 2016.

1988 - The Richard W. and Nadine Gunnells House, 3801 Moonlight Drive, Chapel Hill. Sold in 2005 to Sandra and Bonnie Miller Batts. Sold in 2007 to Jon M. and Andrea Schwartz. Sold in 2009 to Dennis and Karine Baltzley. Sold in 2016 to Consuelo and Jack Marshall.







1990 - The James and Verna Spier Renovation, 111 Mimosa Drive, Chapel Hill. Built in 1977, original architect unknown.




2002 - The Thomas Hahn House, 4121 Mystic Lane, Hillsborough NC. A contemporary built by New South Building Company (Ann and Tim Brown). Sold in 2013 to Robin Brown-Farrin and James Scott Farrin.

2008 - The Nick & Barbara Livingston Residence, aka the Barbara Residence, 1316 Preston Springs Lane, Chapel Hill.


Sources include: Knox Tate, Stella Waugh.