"Porterfield House", c. 1941
This house was built for Willard Porterfield who was president of the National Bank in Monticello. This house features the Colonial Revival style; rectangular shape, two story, with stone walls on the first story and replacement siding on the second story, and side gable roof. A center recessed entryway has a door with sidelights, a surround with thin paired pilasters, a wide frieze, and scrolled open-apex pediment. One story wings flank the main house, the south wing being a screened porch. An enclosed hallway connects the house to the rear garage.