English cottage revival, English Vernacular Revival.
Half-timbering in the front gable.
Not currently designated at national, state, or local level
Not eligible / non-contributing
This is a 1.5-story, 3-bay house in the English Vernacular Revival style built ca. 1945. The structural system is frame. The foundation is continuous brick. Exterior walls are historic brick veneer and historic stucco. The building has a multi-plane cross gable roof clad in modern asphalt shingles. off-centered front-facing gable with half-timbering. There are two offset left, side slope, brick chimneys and one rear wing, side slope, brick chimney. Large-multi-paned picture windows on majority of the elevations. The windows appear fixed. There is a single-story, single-bay port cochere characterized by a gabled roof clad in asphalt shingles with paired wood posts on rectangular brick piers. A raised brick floor, level with the entry stoop extends along the left half of the façade. Entry door is centered and recessed within a projecting front-facing gable bay. The entryway is arched with stone or concrete quoins surrounding the entire entry. There is an addition.
* Date source: NAHRGIS form, site visit
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