Number of Stories: 2
Width (bays): 2
Foundation Material: Concrete
Depth (rooms): 3
Structural System: Masonry
Wall Cladding Material: brick, cement
Roof Shape: Gable
Roof Material: asphalt shingle
Decorative Details/Unique Features:
Flemish bond until second story, where it changes to common bond. Three Gothic stained glass windows on front elevation, one is part of the door surround. Largest stained glass window has evidence of repointing around the bricks at the bottom of the sill. Concrete steps. Brick tower/bell-tower on west end of front elevation with a hipped roof, belfry has hipped roof as well. Rear structure is connected by breezeway with no significant decorative details. Both structures have jack arches above their sash windows.
Evidence of Integrity Location/Materials:
Some Flemish bond remains, location appears to be original. There are multiple additions to this structure, little signs of integrity remain. Basement/first floor windows and arches appear to belong to the original construction.
Additions/Alternations to Primary Building:
Looks like a 2nd floor was added due to appearance of common bond at least two additions to main building. secondary hall was added behind main building and connected with a breezeway. Tower with belfry atop was added at some point, likely after or around the same time as the large stained glass window was added to the front facade. repointing likely occurred when window and second floor were added. An addition to the rear of the primary building was also constructed, and another second floor addition was built on top of it.
Condition of Primary Building: Fair
Observable Threats: large trees
Compatibility with Adjacent Land Uses:
Not at all, it's a church salvation army hybrid surrounded by residential, sf lots. Style does not match surroundings at all, neither does height.
Potential NR Eligibility: Contributing
Evidence of Construction Date:
Land tax records