Number of Stories: 2.5
Width (bays): 3
Foundation Material: Concrete
Depth (rooms): 2
Structural System: Frame
Wall Cladding Material: wood clapboards
Roof Shape: Gable
Roof Material: asphalt shingle
Decorative Details/Unique Features:
Transom, bargeboard on pediment, Lintels above the fist and second story windows. Fan light in main door.
Evidence of Integrity Location/Materials:
Style, lintels above the window, bargeboard on pediment. unable to tell if the door and transom are original. Single pane transom above the door.
Additions/Alternations to Primary Building:
cant tell if the back has had additions done. the windows are 1/1 they look to be recently new, gone from wood to metal. Porch looks to have been redon, may be in the original style but has had improvements. Has a storm door added to the front. the closed doors in the pediment may be an alteration, Queen Anne style windows have been common with similar properties in the area.vinyl siding to the house. Storm door to front.
Condition of Primary Building: Fair
Observable Threats: neglect
Compatibility with Adjacent Land Uses:
Yes, the building is compatible with it's surrounding. It is a single family home, similar to the ones adjacent to it and the time period. The chimney is collapsing, needs maintenance, the vegetation is overgrown, taking over portions of the house. The roof of the porch is warped, the building needs some TLC.
Potential NR Eligibility: Individually Eligible
Evidence of Construction Date:
Sanborn maps of 1912 put the property onsite. An earlier date is possible, since this part was part of Spotsy county. Need to check tax records at the courthouse. Sanborns from 1907-1912. Fredgis places the building at 1920, I am going with the Sanborn.