The overall style of the two-story, wood frame Higgs-Coble-Helms House is Italianate but it has the asymmetrical composition typical of Queen Anne dwellings. Its second-story windows are capped by pedimented surrounds supported by brackets that are echoed throughout the house. It also features the only tin roof on N. Blount Street. The dwelling houses state offices.
|417 North Blount Street|
|Raleigh Historic Landmark|