Neal Prince Studio designed this new accessory structure to replace a structure that had deteriorated beyond repair on property located at 201 East Park Avenue in the East Park National Register of Historic Places District in Greenville, South Carolina. The principal dwelling on the site is historically known as the David B. and Mary G. Traxler house and is a large American Foursquare type home detailed in the Colonial Revival Style. The new accessory structure sits along the north property line and is closer to the smaller Arts & Crafts cottages and bungalows which line Vannoy Street. The design goal was to fit into the mixture of Arts & Crafts Era dwellings in the neighborhood while simultaneously creating a purity of forms and crisp detailing. The design hopes to distinguish the structure as a new addition to the community and economize on the detailing typically found in East Park’s historic structures.