Architect William Coker’s home at 308 N. Elliott Road was one of the first in North Carolina to be built around an interior courtyard pool. A wall of sliding glass doors separates the courtyard from the home’s living areas.
Architect William Coker’s home at 308 N. Elliott Road was one of the first in North Carolina to be built around an interior courtyard pool. A wall of sliding glass doors separates the courtyard from the home’s living areas. Jill Blackburn Contributed
Architect William Coker’s home at 308 N. Elliott Road was one of the first in North Carolina to be built around an interior courtyard pool. A wall of sliding glass doors separates the courtyard from the home’s living areas. Jill Blackburn Contributed

Chapel Hill book explores history, architecture of Coker Hills

January 11, 2017 6:16 AM