The Kingwood National Bank building, built in 1908, stands on the northeast corner of Main and Price Streets. This is a fine two-story, Romanesque Style structure with rusticated ashlar stone facades. The building currently houses the law offices of Virginia Hopkins.
The stone was quarried at nearby Zeverly (Pleasantdale). The more
prominent features include the second floor balcony/porch above the corner
entrance door, which is carved from stone as well. There are square pilasters
that have ornately carved Corinthian composite capitals. On the west and south elevations,
second floor, there is a bank of three windows separated by stone columnn mullions
with carved capitals. The main cornice of the building is a simple but massive
affair with curved brackets. The construction cost was $15,000.00. The bank closed in