This one and one half story brick pattern book house is the only early house in Spring City to be placed diagonally upon the lot. The gables and dormers contain decorative wooden shingle patterns. It was built in 1912 for Freeman Allred, a surveyor, who claimed that Spring City was not laid out to the true cardinal points of the compass. He situated his house on what he said were the true north-south lines. The home was later sold to Elenora Allred.