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4 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0012
Property address:
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1926
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1945 – site visit)

This is a one story house designed in the bungalow/craftsman style. It incorporates a brick foundation and wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding with a front gabled composition shingle roof. The façade features a one bay porch with asphalt shingled front gabled roof, filigreed metal columns, and a wrought iron stair rail. The primary entrance is comprised of a wood with three glass pane door and aluminum storm door. The dwelling features three-over-one double hung wood sash protected by modern one-over-one storm windows. There is a one story front gable rear addition, which is finished with the same detailing as the main body of the house. 

There is a one story wood frame with aluminum siding garage resting on a concrete foundation located to the rear (northwest) of the dwelling. The garage has two over two wood single hung sash windows, and a front gabled composition shingle roof. 

105 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0015
Property address:
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a two story two bay house constructed on a brick foundation with a wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The dwelling features one over one double hung vinyl windows.  The two bay façade incorporates a primary entrance with a metal security door protected by a storm door with metal bars. The hipped asphalt shingle roof has extended eaves, which have been wrapped in aluminum. There is a centrally located brick chimney which is partially parged.

112 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0018
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1905
Style: Other, Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a two-and-one-half story house designed in the Queen Anne style with Colonial Revival influences. The dwelling incorporates a brick foundation and wood frame structural system clad in weatherboard and wood shingles. The façade features a one story three bay wrap around porch with fluted wood columns and one inch picket balustrade. The primary entrance is comprised of a double leaf wood door surmounted by a transom. The dwelling features individual one over one wood double-hung sash windows. There is a two story projecting bay with complex roof located on the northeast side of the dwelling, toward the rear. The roof is hipped with a front facing dormer; there is a flat section to the rear, a hipped porch roof, and a tower roof over the projecting bays. The roof is clad in composition shingles with composition roll on the flat portion. The house has a boxed cornice articulated with dentils. There is an interior brick chimney with corbelled cap on the northeast elevation.

114 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0019
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1926
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: NON-CONTRIBUTING (c1970 – site visit)

This is a one-and-one-half story house designed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style. The dwelling incorporates a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingles and a front gable asphalt shingle roof. The façade features a one-story three-bay porch supported by wood columns and clad in an asphalt shingled front gable roof. The primary entrance is comprised of a single leaf six-pane and wood door with modern aluminum storm door. The house features 12-over-1 single hung wood sash and one-over-one double hung vinyl sash. There is one exterior brick chimney with corbelled cap on the northwest elevation. 

There is a wood frame and corrugated metal shed with no foundation located to the north of the primary resource. The shed is inaccessible.

115 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0020
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1905
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: NON-CONTRIBUTING (c1960 – site visit)

This is a two story dwelling with no distinctive detailing. The dwelling incorporates a
brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingle and a hipped standing seam metal roof. The façade features a full width three bay front porch on a concrete slab with wood posts and balustrade supporting a hipped standing seam metal roof. The primary entrance is comprised of a single leaf metal security door protected by a modern storm door. The house features individual and triple double hung vinyl one-over-one sash. There is a one story rear addition which is finished in the same materials as the original dwelling however it has a flat roof clad in composition rolled roofing material.

There is a wood frame shed with corrugated metal and vertical wood siding and a shed roof clad in undetermined material located to the southeast (rear) of the dwelling.  The shed is inaccessible.

116 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0021
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Contributing (c1940 – site visit)

This is a one story house designed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style. It incorporates a brick pier with brick infill foundation and a wood frame structural system clad in stucco protected by a front gable composition shingle roof and boxed cornice. The façade features a one story stoop porch with front gabled roof supported by simple brackets.  The porch is constructed of brick knee-walls supporting concrete steps and landing, and leads to a single leaf metal security door with modern screen door. The house features individual and paired one-over-one double hung vinyl sash. On the north side of the dwelling, there is an intersecting cross gable bay which is clad in decorative wood shingles. There is one interior brick chimney with a corbelled cap toward the rear of the dwelling. 

There is a one story front gabled shed located to the north of the dwelling. It is wood frame construction with corrugated metal sheathing and a front gabled roof clad in corrugated metal. The shed rests directly on the ground with no foundation.

117 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0022
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1894
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: NON-CONTRIBUTING (c1970 – site visit)

This is a two story dwelling with minimal distinctive features. It incorporates a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The façade features a two-story, two-bay porch with a rolled composition shingle hipped roof. The porch is supported by square wood columns with a simple square picket balustrade and modern vinyl corner detailing. The primary entrance is characterized by a modern single leaf metal security door with modern storm door surmounted by a transom. The house features individual vinyl one over one double hung windows.  There is a one story projecting bay on the north side of the dwelling. There is a one-story porch located at the southwest corner of the dwelling, which is partially enclosed by a projecting room on the second floor. The roof is hipped and clad with rolled composition roofing. 

There is a modern wood frame shed with plywood sheathing which rests on the ground which is located to the southwest of the dwelling, at the rear of the parcel. The shed roof is of unknown material, as the shed is inaccessible.

119 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0023
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1940 – site visit)

This is a two story house with no distinctive detailing. The dwelling incorporates a brick foundation and wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The façade features a one-story three-bay porch with a shed roof clad in composition shingles. The porch is supported by simple square wood posts. The primary entrance is a modern nine-light metal security door, which is located in the middle porch bay. The house features individual six-over-six double hung wood sash with modern vinyl frame storm windows. There is one aluminum frame two pane sliding window located on the first floor façade. There is a one story rear addition, which has the same detailing and finish material as the primary dwelling. 

There is a one story garage constructed on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system and corrugated metal siding located at the southeast corner of the parcel, behind the primary resource. The garage has a front gable roof clad in corrugated metal. 

120 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0024
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a two story house designed in the Late Victorian style. It incorporates a brick pier with parged cinderblock infill foundation supporting a wood frame structural system with vinyl siding.  The façade features a two-story three-bay porch with an integral hipped roof clad in composition shingles. The porch features simple chamfered wood posts supporting a decorative wood balustrade on the second floor surmounted by decorative wood detailing. The primary entrance is a double leaf wood and glass pane door with a modern storm door; the primary entrance is surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling features two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The roof is hipped and clad in composition shingles. Cornice detailing includes decorative wood brackets. There is a one story rear (southwest) addition which is detailed and finished with the same materials as the main house.

121 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0025
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1930
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: NON-CONTRIBUTING (c1990 – site visit)

This is a two story house with minimal detailing. It incorporates a brick foundation and wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The façade features a two- story four-bay porch which is supported by wooden Doric columns; the second story balustrade is comprised of modern 2” square pickets. The primary entrance features a single leaf modern metal security door with nine lights  protected by a modern storm door. There is a staircase to the second floor porch, which is comprised of pressure treated wood and located on the west side of the dwelling. The house features individual six over one wood single hung sash with metal storms. The hipped roof is clad in a composition shingle roof, and the hipped porch roof is clad in standing seam metal. 

There is a shed located to the southwest of the dwelling which is constructed on a concrete pad foundation, and has a wood frame structural system with plywood sheathing. The side gabled pent roof is clad in composition shingles.

122 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0026
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1899
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1940 – site visit)

This two-and-one-half story house designed in the Late Victorian style incorporates a brick foundation and wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The dwelling has a hipped composition shingle roof with two intersecting gables. The full width four-bay wrap-around porch rests on a brick pier foundation and is supported by Doric columns and has a hipped composition shingle roof. The primary entrance is comprised of a double leaf wood door with single pane glazing surmounted by a two-light transom. The house features individual one-over-one vinyl single-hung windows, and a three-part picture window on the façade. There is a two-story bay projecting from the west side of the house surmounted by an intersecting gable. There is a one story addition located on the west side of the dwelling. The dwelling retains an internal parged chimney which is located within the rear projecting gable and an external brick chimney with no detailing on the northwest elevation. 

There is a one story wood frame shed with corrugated metal siding located to the north of the primary resource. The shed has no foundation. The front gable roof is clad in standing seam metal.

201 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0028
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1923
Style: Mixed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1920 – site visit)

This is a two story dwelling which rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding and is located on the south corner of S. Curry and Howard Streets. The northwest façade features a two story enclosed porch, with four-over-four double hung wood sash on the first floor and one-over-one double hung vinyl sash on the second floor. The primary entrance is composed of a wood with single leaf eight-light door protected by a wood screen door. The northeast elevation features a single leaf nine- light metal security door protected by a modern screen, and flanked by fluted wood pilasters.  The dwelling has a composition shingle hipped roof, with composition shingle shed roof over the enclosed porches. There is one exterior brick chimney located on the southwest corner of the dwelling. 

There is a single story front gable garage which rests directly on the ground and is constructed of a wood frame structural system with vinyl siding located to the southwest (side) of the dwelling. The garage has double leaf wood doors with three-lights.  The roof is clad in composition shingles.

202 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0029
Resource Type: single dwelling/commercial
Construction date/period: 1902
Style: Commercial Style, Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This resource incorporates a historic two-story commercial building connected to a one story dwelling and is located on the west corner of S. Curry and Howard Streets . The two resources have been connected and currently serve as a single dwelling. The dwelling rests on a parged masonry foundation and has a wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingles. The two story portion of the building has a three-bay one-story porch which is covered by a projecting room on the second floor. The one story portion of the dwelling has a one-bay stoop which is protected by a metal awning.  The primary entrance, which is located within the one-story portion of the building, is comprised of a single leaf wood door. The dwelling features triple three-over-one double-hung wood sash in the one story portion of the dwelling, and single two-over-two double-hung wood sash in the two-story section of the dwelling. The one story portion of the dwelling has a side-gable roof with intersecting front gable stoop clad in composition shingles. The two-story portion of the dwelling has a flat roof with projecting eaves, which is clad in rolled composition roofing.

209 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0033
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1922
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Contributing (c1920 – site visit)

This two-story house designed with Late Victorian detailing incorporates a brick foundation and wood structural system clad in vinyl siding. The hipped roof with intersecting hip is clad in composition shingles; the hipped porch roof is clad in standing seam metal; both roofs have exposed rafter tails. The dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch supported by square wooden columns. There is a centrally located primary entrance characterized by a single leaf modern metal security door with lunette surmounted by a transom window. The single and paired windows are two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows. The dwelling has a one-story enclosed rear porch with similar detailing and materials. There are two interior chimneys, both of which are parged. 

There is a wood frame with vinyl siding shed which rests on a concrete foundation located to the south of the dwelling.  The shed has one fixed pane single light window, and a hipped composition shingle roof.

210 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0034
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a two-story house designed with Late Victorian detailing. The dwelling rests on a brick foundation and has a wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The front gable roof with flat roof is clad in composition shingles and rolled composition roofing. The one-story three-bay porch rests on a concrete foundation and is supported by brick piers with battered wood columns. The porch has a hipped standing-seam metal roof. The primary entrance is comprised of a single leaf metal security door; a storm door rests in the yard.  The dwelling features two-over-two wood frame double hung sash; there are some storm windows appended to the dwelling. The house features an interior parged brick chimney which is located on the roof ridge.

213 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0036
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1903
Style: Other

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a one-story dwelling with minimal detailing. The dwelling incorporates a wood frame foundation and structural system and is clad in brick veneer. The faced features a one-story one bay porch on a brick and concrete foundation with square wood posts supporting a front gabled composition shingle roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum storm door. The dwelling has individual two-over-two single hung wood windows and a fixed single- pane picture window. The hipped roof on the body of the dwelling is clad in composition shingles and has a centrally located brick chimney; it is located on the roof ridge. There is a one-story addition located to the south (rear) of the primary dwelling; the addition has the same detailing and materials as the primary dwelling.

215 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0037
Property address:
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1913
Style: Vernacular

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a one-story dwelling with minimal detailing. The dwelling incorporates a wood frame foundation and structural system and is clad in aluminum siding. The faced features a one-story screened front porch on a brick and concrete foundation with square wood posts supporting a hipped composition shingle roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum storm door. The dwelling has individual two-over-two double hung wood windows. The hipped roof on the body of the dwelling is clad in standing seam metal and has a centrally located brick chimney; it is located on the roof ridge. There is a one-story addition located to the south  (rear) of the primary dwelling; the addition has the same detailing and materials as the primary dwelling.

216 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0038
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1992
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: NON-CONTRIBUTING

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1930)

This is a two-story house designed in the Colonial Revival style. It incorporates a concrete slab foundation with wood structural system and vinyl siding. The façade features a one story two-bay porch with a composition shingled shed roof supported by square posts, with an intervening square picket balustrade.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal security door with metal frame screen door. The house features individual six- over-six single hung vinyl sash. The side gabled roof is clad in composition shingles. 

There is a single story garage located to the northwest (rear) of the dwelling; the foundation composition and most details could not be determined from field survey. The construction is wood frame with weatherboard siding. The front gabled roof is clad in composition shingles.

218 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0040
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1962
Style: Modern Movement

Individual resource status
single dwelling: NON-CONTRIBUTING

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1930)

This is a one story ranch style dwelling resting on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and brick veneer siding.  The façade features a single leaf metal security door at the primary entrance; there are individual and paired eight-over-eight single hung vinyl sash. The side gabled roof is clad in composition shingles. 

There is a one story shed located at the rear of the property. The shed is one-story; it has a wood frame structural system with weatherboard siding and a composition shingle gabled roof. The shed could not be accessed to determine the foundation type or material.

221 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0042
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a one story house with minimal architectural detailing. The dwelling incorporates a brick pier foundation with concrete block inset, and a wood-frame structural system with vertical wood siding. The façade features a one-story three-bay porch with hipped roof clad in composition shingles.  The porch rests on a concrete floor with square wood columns supporting the roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with metal storm door. The dwelling has two-over-two single hung wood windows with aluminum frame storm windows. The hipped roof on the body of the dwelling is clad in composition shingles. There is a centrally located brick chimney, which rests on the roof ridge.

222 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0043
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1907
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a two-story house designed in the Late Victorian style with minimal detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and asbestos siding. The full width wrap around porch with hipped composition shingle roof was enclosed and features two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows. The primary entrance is characterized by a wood door with oval light and storm door flanked by two single-pane glass sidelights. The house features two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows throughout. The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles and features a pediment roof vent, and bracket detailing around the cornice. There is a rear one-story enclosed porch with shed roof which has the same detailing and materials as the main dwelling. The dwelling has one external parged chimney located on the north side (rear) of the dwelling.

224 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0044
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1901
Style: Queen Anne, Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a one-and-one-half story Queen Anne style dwelling with Colonial Revival
elements located on the north corner of S. Curry and Downes Streets. The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The façade features a one-story three-bay porch with a shed roof connecting two complex roofs serving the two bays which project into the porch. The porch is supported by Doric wood columns. The primary entrance is a wood with
oval-light door and screen flanked by one-light sidelights and surmounted by a one-light transom. The hipped roof is clad in slate and has four dormers and two complex roofs over the bay windows, and a boxed cornice with dentil detailing around the porch. The dwelling has one-over-one wood double hung sash with six-over-six wood double hung sash on the side sleeping porch. The dwelling features a parged interior chimney located on the northwest side of the dwelling.

225 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0045
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1910
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a one-story dwelling with minimal architectural detailing located on the east corner of S. Curry and Downes Streets.  The dwelling rests on a brick pier foundation with concrete block insets; it has a wood frame structural system and aluminum siding. The dwelling has a standing seam metal hipped roof with intersecting hip; the shed porch roof is comprised of standing seam metal.  The wrap- around one-story four-bay porch rests on a pressure treated wood deck with square posts.  The primary entrance is characterized by a wood door lunette window detail and storm door. The dwelling features individual one-over- one aluminum frame single hung windows. There is a one-story one-bay shed roof enclosure and porch appended to the west side of the dwelling, and a one-story shed roof addition appended to the south side of the dwelling; both have composition shingle roofs.

307 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0046
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1887
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Contributing (c1930 – site visit)

This is a two story Late Victorian style dwelling which rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding. The façade features a one-story three-bay front porch which rests on a wood and concrete foundation and is supported by unpainted wood posts and balustrade. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door and metal storm door.  The dwelling retains its two-over-two and triple sash two-over-two double hung wood windows with some one-over-one double hung wood windows. The dwelling has a one story projecting rear addition which has details and materials that match the main dwelling. The hipped roof on the main body of the house and the front gable on the rear addition are clad in composition shingles. The boxed cornice on the main body of the house has been wrapped in aluminum. The dwelling retains two interior parged chimneys; both are located on the south side of the dwelling. 

There is a one story shed which rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system and asbestos shingle siding. The shed has a gabled roof clad in asphalt shingles.

309 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0047
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1951
Style: Modern Movement

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: NON-CONTRIBUTING (c1975 – site visit)

This is a one-and-one-half story concrete block house constructed in the Modern Movement style. The dwelling incorporates a concrete block foundation, structural system and exterior wall treatment with wood frame roof framing clad in asbestos shingles. The façade incorporates a front gabled one-story one-bay porch with concrete foundation, square wooden posts and a front gable composition shingle roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf two light wood door with modern storm door. The house features individual and paired six-over-six double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows. The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles and punctured by an internal brick chimney located on the southwest side of the dwelling. There is a one story shed roof addition appended to the south side of the dwelling; its detailing and materials match the rest of the dwelling. 

There is a one-story shed which rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system and vertical wood sheathing located to the southeast (rear) of the dwelling. The shed has a front gable roof clad in composition shingles, and a single leaf metal security door.

316 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0053
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: c1916
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two story dwelling has minimal architectural detailing. The dwelling incorporates a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding. The façade features a one-story three-bay porch with square wood posts and a hipped composition shingle roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a two-panel and single-light wood door with metal storm door. The dwelling retains two-over-two and one-over-one wood double hung sash, along with six-over-six single hung vinyl windows. Storm windows have been appended in all locations. The dwelling has a hipped roof clad in composition shingles. There is one internal parged chimney located on the northeast side of the dwelling. There is a one-story addition located on the north side (rear) of the dwelling; the addition has a shed roof and detailing and materials match the main dwelling.

319 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0055
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1898
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Contributing (c1940 – site visit)

This is a two-story dwelling with Late Victorian stylistic detailing. The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding. The one-story two-bay porch rests on square wood posts with wood picket balustrade and a composition shingle hipped roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with metal storm door. Metal awnings have been appended to the porch roof. The dwelling has one-over-one and four-over-four single hung vinyl sash. There is a one story porch located on the southwest (rear) corner of the dwelling, which is supported by wood posts.  The front gable roof has a rear hip and is clad in composition shingles.  There is one internally located brick chimney on the southeast side of the dwelling. 

There is a shed with wood foundation, wood frame structural system and corrugated metal siding and gable roof located in the southwest corner of the site behind the primary resource.

320 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0056
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1905
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1920 – site visit

This one-and-one-half story Bungalow/Craftsman style dwelling is constructed on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and asbestos and vinyl siding. The dwelling has a one story three-bay front porch supported by brick piers and square wood columns. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf nine- light wood door with aluminum storm door. The welling retains its one-over-one double hung wood sash windows, two-over-two double hung wood sash and single light wood casement windows in the dormer. All windows have aluminum frame storm windows appended.  There is a one story shed roofed addition appended to the rear (north) side of the dwelling.  The materials and detailing are the same as the main dwelling. The side gabled roof features a cross gable dormer and is clad in metal shingles. The dwelling retains two interior parged chimneys, which are located on the roof ridge near the middle of the dwelling. 

There is a one story shed/garage located at the northwest corner of the parcel, to the rear of the dwelling. The shed/garage rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos siding. There is one six-light fixed wood window and a single leaf and double leaf plywood doors. The front gabled roof is clad in standing seam metal. 

321 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0057
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a two-story dwelling with minimal architectural detailing. The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. There is a one-story two-bay porch on the façade, which incorporates square wood posts and balustrade supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a wood and single-light door with aluminum frame storm door surmounted by a transom. The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash with some six-over-six single hung vinyl windows. There are aluminum frame storm windows appended to all sash. The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles with projecting eaves, and there is a rear one-story addition with shed roof also clad in composition shingles.  There is one interior brick chimney located on the roof ridge.

325 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0059
Property address:
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1928
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This dwelling has minimal Late Victorian detailing, including the windows, projecting eaves, and scale and massing. The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The one-story front porch with composition shingle hipped roof has been enclosed with one-over-one single hung vinyl windows. The primary entrance has a wood door with metal storm door surmounted by a transom. The dwelling features individual two-over-two double hung wood sash, three-over-one double hung wood sash, and one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles.  There is a one-story projecting hipped roof located at the rear (south) of the dwelling and clad in composition shingles. The dwelling retains one central brick chimney which is located at the mid-point of the roof ridge.

327 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0060
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1928
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: NON-CONTRIBUTING (c1995 – site visit)

This is a two-story dwelling with minimal architectural detailing. The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding. The façade incorporates a one story three-bay porch with square wood posts supporting a composition shingle hipped roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal security door with one-light. The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash. The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles and exhibits projecting eaves. There is a one-story rear (south) addition with a hipped roof clad in composition shingles. The dwelling retains one centrally located brick chimney which is situated at the mid-point of the roof ridge. 

There is a shed located to the south (rear) of the dwelling which rests on a concrete pad foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl. The shed has a front gable composition shingle roof.

328 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0061
Resource Type: multiple-dwelling/duplex
Construction date/period: 1910
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
multiple-dwelling: Contributing

This is a one-story shotgun plan duplex with minimal Late Victorian detailing located on the north corner of S. Curry and Segar Streets. The dwelling rests on a brick pier foundation clad in plywood sheathing and has a wood frame structural system clad in asbestos siding. The façade features a one-story three-bay porch with square column and decorative wood corner brackets supporting a standing seam shed roof. The dwelling features two primary entrances, both of which are characterized by a single leaf wood door surmounted by a transom. The dwelling has one-over-one double hung vinyl sash, a single-light paired casement window, and a single-light fixed pane wood sash. There is a one-story enclosure on the rear (north) of the dwelling which is clad in asbestos siding and vertical wood siding with a composition shingle shed roof. The main body of the dwelling has a standing seam metal hipped roof punctuated by two parged chimneys which land at the intersection of each hip.

401 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0062
Property address:
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: c1905
Style: Late Victorian, Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: NON-CONTRIBUTING (c1970 – site visit)

This is a two-story dwelling with Late Victorian and Colonial Revival detailing located on the south corner of S. Curry and Segar Streets. The dwelling is constructed on a brick pier foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding; the dwelling has a centrally located two-story ell appended to the south (rear). There is a one-story three-bay porch located on the façade which is supported by square wooden posts and a square picket balustrade with a shed roof clad in composition roll roofing. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door surrounded by single-light sidelights and surmounted by a single-light transom. The dwelling retains its two-over-one and three-over-one double hung wood sash. The cross gable roof is clad in pressed tin shingles, and has a boxed cornice with cornice returns. The dwelling retains two interior parged chimneys, both of which are located on the west side of the dwelling on the north and south side of the roof ridge. 

There is a one story shed with a wood foundation and wood structural system, which is clad in plywood sheathing located in the southwest corner of the property, to the south of the dwelling. The  shed has a gabled and shed roof clad in asphalt shingles.

406 South Curry Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0064
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1926
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This is a two-story dwelling with minimal Late Victorian stylistic detailing. The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding. There is a one-story two-bay front porch with square wood columns and square picket balustrade supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with metal storm door with metal bars. The dwelling has one-over-one double hung vinyl sash and a front gabled composition shingle roof with boxed cornice and cornice returns. The dwelling retains two internal parged chimneys; one is located on the west side of the dwelling and the other is located on the roof ridge. There is a two-story projecting gable addition to the rear (north) with materials and detailing that matches the main dwelling, and a one-story projecting gable addition to the rear (north) with a reduced roof pitch and minimal eaves.