Charles Adair House circa 1884 - 210 Broad Street

        In 1884, Nathan Lafayette Carrow and wife Emma Brooks sold Old Town Lot 105 to Beaufort builder Charles Denby Adair (1860–1924). That same year, Charles, son of James Adair and Mary Foreman, married Sabra J. Longest, daughter of John R. Longest and Mary Ann Walker.
     Charles and Sabra Adair had three children: Lola Gray, Carlton S. and Rosa B. Adair. About 1916, Lola Gray Adair married carpenter and mariner Samuel Jarvis Scott. Recorded in the home by 1930 were: Samuel 58, Lola 36, 12-year-old son Jarvis Adair Scott and mother-in-law Sabra Longest Adair.
     1997 Survey: Intact, gable-and-wing Italianate house has boxed eaves with returns, interior brick chimneys and 6/6 sash. Front wing has paired 4/4 sash with molded drip cornice. Original hipped porch has chamfered posts with Doric capitals, traditional railing. Original 4-panel door with transom and sidelights.