Site Number: 8003

Date of Survey: 09/18/2019
Address: 1006
Number of Structures: 2
Construction Date: 1912
Current Use of Primary Building: Single Family
Historic Use of Primary Building: Single Family
Secondary Building: Shed
Style of Primary Building: Minimal Traditional

Number of Stories: 2.5
Width (bays): 3
Foundation Material: Concrete
Depth (rooms): 5
Structural System: Frame
Wall Cladding Material: fiber cement
Roof Shape: Gable
Roof Material: standing seam metal

Decorative Details/Unique Features:

Barge board on front cross gable. Fish scale shingle on each of the triangle pediments, queen Anne window on front cross gable metal awning over porch. transom above front door, 2/2 windows that are upgrades, 1/1 on the sides of the house.

Evidence of Integrity Location/Materials:

Bargeboard on original structure, queen Anne window, the fish scale shingles

Additions/Alternations to Primary Building:

Additions to house, a two story and addition and a 2.5 addition, metal window frames that are 2/2 and 1/1. The porch awning looks out of the 50's or 40's. A storm door was added to the front door.

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

Yes, it is similar to the houses in the area, built during the same time period. The house and the yard could use some TLC. Not overgrown or completely neglected but some pride could be taken.

Potential NR Eligibility: Contributing
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 between 1907-1912. Fredgis says 1945, Sanborn places the house much earlier.

Other Comments/Salient Details:

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