330 Circle Drive
Constructed by George Bird, from the architectural firm of
Proudfoot and Bird, the two-story residence was completed in 1887. Calling his home the
"Aviary," Bird designed the structure with a mixture of Richardsonian Romanesque
and the Queen Anne styles of architecture.
The bird motif in the balcony grillwork, and the
ornamental iron work at the roof peak adds a distinctive appearance to this
unique College Hill home. Note that the house is "named" on the exterior
chimney. This cartouche, inscribed
with the name Aviary, is a Proudfoot and Bird trademark.