Number of Stories: 2.5
Width (bays): 3
Foundation Material: Brick
Depth (rooms): 3
Structural System: Frame
Wall Cladding Material: wood shingles
Roof Shape: Gable
Roof Material: asphalt shingle
Decorative Details/Unique Features:
Quen Anne windows in the cross gable pediment. Turned wood post on the front porch. Balustrade on porch. Transom above door. lintels above the windows. windows are a mix of 4/4 of 2/2 sash. Porch roof is of standing seam metal.
Evidence of Integrity Location/Materials:
Style similar to other buildings, materials used most seem to be of original in style or the originals material. the turned wood, Queen Anne style windows, the weatherboard siding, balustrade on the front porch, all looks authentic.
Additions/Alternations to Primary Building:
Additional room added behind house, storm door has been added, the windows are a mix of 2/2 or 4/4 sash
Condition of Primary Building: Good
Observable Threats: large trees
Compatibility with Adjacent Land Uses:
Very good, has some over growth, but the house looks to be in good condition. Modifications are minimal and it still fits well in the neighborhood. There is some roof damage on the front of the façade, shingles are missing and need replaced.
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. 1907-1912 on Sanborn maps. FREDGIS places this house at 1889. I know this is an older house, I think the Sanborns are more accurate but I know these houses are older than 1910.
Verify siding..box shape above windows