James Harwell residence
The James Harwell residence (also known as the Harwell-Thompson house) is a two-story, 4,650 square-foot wood-framed house at 5 Glen Iris Park. It was built in 1905-1906 for physician James Harwell to designs by architect S. Scott Joy.
The house is Victorian in form, but includes a Spanish-inspired shaped gable with Moorish-inspired arches on the west-facing front facade of the upper story. The wraparound porch is coated in highly-textured wet-dash stucco, its shallow arches supported on paired columns. The roof is hipped.
- King, Pamela Sterne & Ellen Merkins (May 6, 1983) "National Register of Historic Places Inventory—Nomination Form", enrolled August 30, 1984
- 2012 Photograph of the James Harwell residence by Rick Bailey