1001-Fall2017

Site Number: 1001
Name of Surveyors: Allie, Eric
Date of Survey: 09/13/2017
Address: 1401 Princess Anne St
Number of Structures: 1
Construction Date: 1933
Current Use of Primary Building: Commercial
Historic Use of Primary Building: Commercial
Secondary Building:
Style of Primary Building: Commercial



Number of Stories: 1
Width (bays): 4
Foundation Material: Brick
Depth (rooms): 5
Structural System: Masonry
Wall Cladding Material: brick
Roof Shape: Flat
Roof Material: standing seam metal

Decorative Details/Unique Features:

A Large wooden door on the street side of the building. There is a large awning covering the front of the building. The front of the building is painted white while the sides are a natural brick. There are two large plate glass windows on either side of the front entrance door. The front of the building has a stepped roof that has red decorative stars on the left side, the rest of the building has a flat roof.


Evidence of Integrity Location/Materials:

Filled in window ghosting on side of the building that faces the street., two are completely covered over by bricks and two are covered by a grey cinder block. Bricks that cover the whole building are original but are rounded from weathering. On the Bricks, there are many mortar patches visible from the street side. The bricks have areas of separation on them that look like there could be a foundation issue.


Additions/Alternations to Primary Building:

Garage addition in back with gentle long gable with asphalt shingles and vinyl siding. This is located be hind the fence at the rear of the bulding.


Condition of Primary Building: Fair
Observable Threats: neglect
Compatibility with Adjacent Land Uses:

Located near multiple car services, in primarily residential area


Potential NR Eligibility: Non-Contributing
Evidence of Construction Date:

1938 Dick's Service station (Business Directory)
1933 Pritchett's Battery shop (Business Directory

Other Comments/Salient Details:

Looks like it was western when it was constructed

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