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Located at the south end of South Main Street in Walton, the Jack Johnson House represents the dormer front bungalows built in large numbers in the county during the 1910s through 1930s. It features a prominent, gabled dormer with paired windows and knee braces. The roof extends over the broad front porch.
Jack Johnson was a carpenter who worked in the construction firm of Wendell Rouse during the early 20th century.