William Sessions residence
The W. L. Sessions residence is a 5-bedroom, 3-bath house at 2930 Rhodes Circle. It was built in 1913 for insurance executive William Sessions. The 2-story residence was designed by D. O. Whilldin in 1909 with a budget of $3,000 to include hot-air heating and electric lighting. By the time the project was submitted for permitting in 1913, the cost had climbed to $5,000.
The brick veneered house features limestone trim and a double-height classical portico supported by four elongated wood columns with Ionic capitals. The front door was trimmed with a wood surround and semi-circular wrought-iron balconies were located outside the upper front windows.
The two-story house is currently vacant and in poor repair. Robert M. Keller is the listed owner.