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7 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0103
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1916
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two story dwelling is designed with Late Victorian architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay composition shingle clad hipped roof porch with decorative metal posts.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with lunette window and a vinyl storm door surmounted by a one-light transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one double hung vinyl sash.  There is one internal parged brick chimney located on the southeast side of the dwelling.

15 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0105
Resource Type: Commercial/residential
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Commercial Style

Individual resource status Commercial/Residential: Contributing

This is a two-story building constructed in the Commercial Style.  The building has a concrete and brick foundation with a wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood and asbestos shingle siding.  The building has two primary entrances.  The first floor entrance is centrally located and articulated with a vinyl awning surmounting a fifteen-light metal door.  The second floor entrance is located on the northeast corner of the primary façade, and is characterized by a wood door with four-pane lunette surmounted by a three-light transom.  The building has paired and triple one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  There is a porch and second story addition appended to the southwest side (rear) of the building, which is clad in vinyl siding and rests on wood posts and structural supports.  The building has a flat membrane roof with parapet. 

120 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0107
Resource Type: Fire station
Construction date/period: 1938 (cornerstone)
Style: Commercial Style

Individual resource status
Fire station: Contributing

This two-story building with one story annex connected by an infill garage is constructed in the Commercial Style.  There is a one-story addition to the two-story building, which is located to the north (rear) of the building, and has the same detailing and materials.  The building rests on a concrete foundation with masonry structural system and clad in 7-course American bond brick.  The industrial style building has four ten-light casement windows in each window bay.  The flat membrane roof with parapet has a contrasting brick cornice and limestone cap.  The one-story connector garage is modern, and constructed of a concrete foundation with concrete block structural system and brick veneer.   The modern metal garage doors have 1-light windows.  The primary entrance to the two-story four-bay fire house is a single leaf metal door; the primary entrance to the one-story three-bay volunteer fire house is a two-leaf wood door with limestone pediment door surround. 

124 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0108
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling is constructed with Late Victorian detailing.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with a wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  The one-story two-bay porch has brick piers with metal fluted columns supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum frame storm window surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame screens.  The hipped roof is clad in standing seam metal.  There are two interior parged chimneys; one is located on the southwest side of the dwelling, and the other is located on the north side. 

208 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0109
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Colonial Revival, Other

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling has detailing characteristic of the Colonial Revival style.  The dwelling rests on a parged concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  There is a one-story rear addition which has a shed roof clad in rolled composition roofing;  all other exterior materials match the primary dwelling.  The one-story composition shingle hipped roof porch has been enclosed; the primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf nine-light metal door with vinyl storm door.  The dwelling has one-over-one and six-over-six double hung wood sash and one-over-one single hung vinyl sash on the porch enclosure.  All wood windows have aluminum frame storm windows appended.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles.  There are two parged interior chimneys; one is located on the south side, and the other is located on the north side of the dwelling.

209 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0110
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Queen Anne, Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1970 – site visit)

 This two-story dwelling is constructed in the Queen Anne style with Colonial Revival detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story four-bay wrap-around porch has square columns with turned balustrade supporting a composition shingle hipped roof with dentil detailing in the cornice.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with single-light oval and vinyl storm door surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The hipped roof has a cross-gable vent on the façade; it is clad in composition shingles.  There is one internal brick chimney located on the northeast side.   

There is a one-story shed located to the south of the dwelling in the southeast corner of the parcel.  The shed rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood sheathing with a composition shingle gambrel roof. 

210 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0111
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1970 – site visit)

This one-story dwelling has minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story four-bay porch has square wood columns with square wood picket balustrade supporting a shed composition shingle roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with a vinyl storm door.  The dwelling has one-over-one wood double hung sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The cross-gable roof is clad in composition shingles with two parged interior chimneys; one is located at the intersection of the gables, and the other is located on the north (rear) wall.  There is a small addition to the north (rear) of the dwelling which has the same detailing and materials as the main dwelling and has a composition shingle shed roof.   

There is a shed located to the north of the dwelling at the corner of the property.   The shed rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical metal sheathing with a standing seam metal gambrel roof. 

211 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0112
Resource Type: single dwelling/duplex
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Queen Anne, Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling is constructed in the Queen Anne style.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story two-bay porch with brick piers supporting tapered wood columns supports a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door.  The dwelling has six-over-six single hung vinyl sash.  The front gabled roof has a two-story intersecting bay roof on the northeast side of the building near its mid-point.  The roof is clad in pressed metal shingles.  There is a two-story wood frame with square wood picket balustrade deck located on the rear (southeast) side of the dwelling.

212 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0113
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This is a two-and-one-half story Queen Anne style dwelling.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  There is a one-story three-bay porch with square wood posts supporting a composition shingle hip-on-hip roof.  The porch is largely enclosed with a vinyl clad base and screen.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has two-over-two, three-over-one, and one-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  There are also several single-light multi-pane decorative windows.  The dwelling features an intersecting gable with boxed cornice and full cornice return on both gable ends.  There are two interior parged brick chimneys; one is located at the intersection of the gables, and the other is located at the northwest (rear) wall.   

There is a one-story composition roll shed roofed shed which rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system and vinyl siding.  The shed is located on the northwest property line along the neighboring fence.  

213 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0114
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1897
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Non-contributing (c1970 – site visit)

This two-story style dwelling has minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingle siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch with square wood posts and lattice detailing supporting a composition shingle roof with exposed rafter tails.  The primary entrance features a wood and single-light door with aluminum storm door surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung sash with modern corner bracket detailing, and a modern six-light fixed oval vinyl window.  The dwelling has a hipped roof clad in standing seam metal with a boxed cornice.  On the southeast side (rear) there is a one-story front gable addition with a one-story three-bay hipped roof porch supported by square wood posts.  The addition is clad in the same materials with the same architectural detailing as the main dwelling.   

There is a one-story garage which rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood sheathing with a composition shingle gable roof.  There is a fifteen-light wood single leaf door and an eight-light garage door, as well as a six-over-six single hung vinyl sash.  The garage has a gabled composition shingle roof. 

214 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0115
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1882
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing

This is a two-and-one-half story Queen Anne style dwelling.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  There is a one-story three-bay porch with wood columns supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has two-over-two and one-over-one double hung wood sash and six-over-six single hung vinyl sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  There is a nine-light fixed stained glass window.  The dwelling features an intersecting gable with boxed cornice and full cornice return on both gable ends.  There is a two-story composition shingle gable and shed roof addition located on the northwest (rear) of the dwelling.  The addition is finished with the same materials and detailing as the rest of the dwelling.  

There is a one-story shed located to the northwest of the dwelling (rear).  The shed rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood sheathing.  The shed has a three-light aluminum pivot window and a single leaf door; the side gabled roof is clad in composition shingles. 

215 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0116
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1905
Style: Late Victorian, Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling is constructed in the Late Victorian style with Colonial Revival detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story three-bay porch with square vinyl columns and square wood picket balustrade supports a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with two-lights.  The dwelling has six-over-six single hung vinyl sash. The dwelling has a one-story composition shingle gable roof with an appended one-story rolled composition roofing addition, both of which are located on the rear of the building (southeast).  The addition has a pair of sliding glass single-light doors.  The body of the dwelling has a composition shingle hipped roof with boxed cornice.  There is one parged brick chimney located along the roof ridge at the center of the building. 

216 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0117
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1916
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-story dwelling is constructed in the Late Victorian style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story three-bay porch with square wood columns and turned wood balustrade supports a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf twelve-light wood door with transom.  The dwelling has two-over-two and six-over-six double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows. The dwelling has a composition shingle hipped roof with a boxed cornice.  The dwelling has a two-story addition with a composition shingle front gable roof.  The addition has the same detailing and materials as the main dwelling, and is located on the northwest side (rear) of the dwelling.  There is one parged brick interior chimney located along the roof ridge at the center of the building.   

There is a one-story shed located to the north (rear) of the dwelling in the corner of the parcel.  The shed has a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in corrugated metal.  The front gable roof is clad in corrugated metal.  There is a double leaf door comprised of vertical wood. 

217 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0118
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1942
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-story house is constructed in the Late Victorian style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos siding.  The two-story three-bay porch has been enclosed with vinyl siding and single-hung wood frame fixed sash on the first floor;  the second floor retains its chamfered wood posts and decorative brackets supporting a shed roof clad in metal shingles with boxed cornice.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has single pane fixed sash and two-over-two double hung sash; both are constructed of wood.  The front gabled roof is clad in composition shingle. 

There is a one-story shed located to the rear (southeast) of the dwelling.  The shed rests on a concrete block pier foundation with wood frame structural system and asbestos shingles.  The front gabled roof is clad in standing seam metal.  There is a double leaf wood door constructed of plywood sheathing. 

218 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0119
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1916
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story house is constructed in the Late Victorian style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos siding.  The two-story three-bay porch has square wood columns with square picket balustrade on the first floor;  the second floor retains its chamfered wood posts and decorative brackets supporting a shed roof clad in standing seam metal.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf three-light wood door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash.  The front gabled roof is clad in composition shingle with a boxed cornice.  There is one interior parged brick chimney located on the rear (north) of the dwelling.

219 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0120
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: Late Victorian, Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-story dwelling is constructed in the Late Victorian style with Bungalow/Craftsman detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story three bay porch with square break-metal columns supports a shed roof clad in standing seam metal.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf six-light wood door with aluminum frame storm door surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one double hung vinyl sash.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles with a centrally located brick chimney clad in tar.  There is a one-story composition shingle gable front and shed roof addition appended to the southeast (rear) of the dwelling.  The addition has a covered porch, and is characterized by the same materials and detailing as the rest of the house.

221 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0121
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1894
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1990 – site visit)

This two-story house is constructed in the Late Victorian style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The two-story three-bay porch has square wood columns on the first floor;  the second floor retains its chamfered wood posts and decorative brackets supporting a shed roof clad in standing seam metal.  The balustrade on both levels is comprised of modern wood lattice with a square wood handrail.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf ten-light wood door with aluminum frame storm door surmounted by a two-light transom.  The second story porch door is characterized by a single leaf ten-light wood door.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash with one fixed pane one-light sash located on the first floor facade.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingle with projecting eaves.  There is one interior parged brick chimney located on the rear (north) of the dwelling. There is a one-story addition with rooftop deck appended to the rear (southeast) of the dwelling.  The materials and detailing on the addition match those found on the primary dwelling. 

There is a one-story front gable composition shingle shed located to the south of the dwelling.  The shed rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding; the shed has six-over-six single hung wood sash and a single leaf metal door.   

308 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0124
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-story dwelling has minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story three-bay front porch has square wood posts and balustrade supporting a front gable composition shingle roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door.  There are six-over-six single hung vinyl windows with lower screens.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles with a boxed cornice clad in aluminum. 

309 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0125
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1926
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style.  The dwelling rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in stucco.  The one-story two-bay wrap-around porch is comprised of decorative concrete block piers supporting paired and triple wood columns with a balustrade comprised of square wood pickets with round handrail.  There is a shed composition shingle roof over the porch.  The primary entrance is characterized by a wood and three-light door with metal storm door.  The dwelling features individual and paired one-over-one single hung vinyl sash with lower screens.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles and features knee braces and decorative exposed rafter tails.  There is one interior brick chimney located on the southeast side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story composition shingle gable roof addition to the rear (southeast) side of the dwelling.  The addition is clad in clapboard siding, and has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.   

There is a shed located to the south of the building in the rear corner of the property.  The shed rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in plywood sheathing and clapboard.  The primary entrance is a single leaf wood and nine-light door with aluminum awning.  The shed has a front gable roof clad in composition shingles.

310 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0126
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1892
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling retains minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingle siding.  The one-story three-bay porch has wood columns and a wood picket balustrade supporting a rolled composition shed roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with aluminum storm door surmounted by a two-light transom. The dwelling has one-over-one single hung aluminum windows, one twelve-light wood fixed sash and six-over-six double hung wood. The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles.  There is one interior parged brick chimney located on the northwest side of the dwelling. 

311 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0127
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1895
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling is constructed in the Colonial Revival style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story three-bay porch has Doric columns supporting a hipped composition shingle roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with three-light sidelights on either side.  There are one-over-one single hung vinyl sash windows with lower screens.  The front gable roof clad in composition shingles has boxed cornice returns. 

312-314 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0128
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1905
Style:  Late Victorian, Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Non-contributing (c2000 – site visit)

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1970 – site visit)

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed with Late Victorian and Bungalow/Craftsman detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos siding.  The one-story two-bay porch has brick piers supporting square wood posts.  The porch roof is hipped and clad in composition shingles.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf fifteen-light door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has one-over-one wood double hung and vinyl single hung sash.  The wood sashes are appended with storm windows.  The dwelling has a front gable roof clad in composition shingles, with boxed cornices and a full cornice return.  There is one interior brick chimney located on the northwest side of the building, and one two-story bay with cross-gable roof located on the southwest side of the building.  There is a one-story rear addition which rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding located on the northwest side of the dwelling.  The addition has a shed roof clad in composition shingles. 

There is a two-story garage located on the north corner (rear) of the property.  The garage rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The garage has a single-leaf two-car vinyl garage door, and one six-over-six double hung vinyl sash. 

There is a one-story shed located to the north (rear) of the property.  The shed rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in plywood sheathing.  The shed has a gambrel roof clad in composition shingles and a double leaf door comprised of plywood sheathing. 

313 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0129
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1916
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1940 – owner interview)

This two-story dwelling is constructed in the Late Victorian style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story two-bay porch, located on the side of the dwelling near its mid-point, has fluted metal columns and wood picket balustrade supporting a shed style composition shingle roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with four pane lunette and aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash, and one decorative fixed pane vinyl octagonal sash.  The front gabled roof with boxed cornice and cornice returns is clad in metal shingles.  There is one interior parged brick chimney located on the southeast side of the dwelling. 

There is a one-story garage located to the south of the dwelling in the corner of the parcel.  The garage rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical plywood sheathing.  The garage has a front gable composition shingle roof, and a single-leaf metal roll-up garage door.  The garage has a shed appended to its northeast side; the shed rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical plywood sheathing with a shed roof clad in composition shingles. 

316 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0130
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1910
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling has minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl and asbestos shingle siding.  The one-story two-bay porch has square wood posts supporting a front gable roof clad in standing seam metal.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with aluminum frame storm door.  The individual and paired windows are one-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The dwelling has a cross gable roof clad in standing seam metal, with a one-story gable roof addition clad in composition shingles located to the rear (northwest) of the dwelling.  The roof has a boxed cornice with cornice returns.  The addition has the same materials and detailing as the main body of the dwelling. 

318 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0131
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1947
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1968 – owner interview)

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1968 – owner interview)

This one-story dwelling has minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a concrete block foundation with concrete block structural system.  The gable front roof is constructed on a wood frame structural system with asbestos shingle siding, and is clad in composition shingles.  The dwelling has a small one-story one-bay stoop covered with an aluminum awning.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood four-light door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has six-over-six double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.   

There is a one-story shed located to the northwest (side) of the dwelling, which rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingle siding.  The shed has two-over-two aluminum frame awning windows and a side gabled roof with boxed cornice which is clad in composition shingles. 

There is a smaller one-story shed located to the northwest (side) of the building, to the rear (southeast) of the previous shed.  This shed has a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical metal sheathing with a front gabled standing seam roof with exposed rafter tails.  The shed has a louvered vent and a two-panel single leaf wood door.   

321 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0132
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1907
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1960 – site visit)

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Queen Anne style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingle siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch with fluted square wood columns supporting a composition shingle shed roof with bracket detailing.  The primary entrance is characterized by a wood door with fixed leaded glass window.  There is a vinyl storm door appended to the primary entrance, and both are surmounted by a two-light transom.  The dwelling has a 2nd story bay window with flat roof surmounting the front porch.  There are six-over-six single-hung vinyl sash windows.  The front gable roof has a boxed cornice with full width cornice return.  The roof is clad in metal shingles.  There is a cross gable addition located to the rear of the dwelling on the southwest side.  The addition rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The addition has a composition shingle gable roof and six-over-six single-hung vinyl sash.  There is one exterior chimney located on the northeast side of the building; it is brick with a corbelled cap.   

There is a one-story shed located to the south of the dwelling in the corner of the parcel.  The shed rests on concrete block piers with a wood frame structural system clad in plywood sheathing.  The shed has a double-leaf plywood door and a front gable roof clad in composition shingles. 

322 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0133
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1886
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-story dwelling is constructed with Late Victorian detailing.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story four-bay porch with chamfered wood columns surmounted by decorative brackets and scrollwork supporting a composition shingle shed roof.  There are two primary entrances, both of which are characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum frame storm door.  There are two-over-two double hung wood sash windows with aluminum frame storm windows.    The dwelling has a hipped roof clad in composition shingles with a boxed cornice.  The dwelling retains one brick chimney which is located on the north side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story rear lean-to standing seam metal shed roof addition located on the rear (north) side of the dwelling.  The addition is clad in vinyl.  There are six-over-six and four-over-four single hung vinyl sash and an eighteen-light fixed pane window in the addition. 

There is a one-story garage located to the north side of the dwelling in the corner of the parcel.  The garage rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system and wood board and batten siding.  The garage has a composition shingle hipped roof with exposed rafter tails.  There is a double-leaf wood garage door; each leaf has six-lights.  There are two single leaf wood doors, and a twelve-light fixed vinyl sash.   

323 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0134
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1915
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-story dwelling retains minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum and asbestos shingle siding.  The dwelling has no porch and no visible primary entrance.  There are one-over-one double hung wood sash and one three-pane fixed wood sash; all windows are appended with aluminum frame storm windows.  The hipped roof with cross gable is clad in composition shingles and a boxed cornice.  The dwelling has a two-story addition appended to the northeast, which has a hipped roof clad in composition shingles with a boxed cornice.

There is a one-story garage located to the southeast of the dwelling; the garage rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  The garage has a gable and shed roof, clad in composition shingles.  The garage door has twelve wooden panels and four fixed lights.   

404 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0135
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1950 – site visit)

This two-story dwelling is constructed with Late Victorian detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingles.  The one-story two-bay porch has turned posts and decorative brackets supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with one-light fixed pane and aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has individual and paired one-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows, and one four-light fixed wood sash.  The hip with cross-gable roof is clad in standing seam metal and has a boxed cornice with dentil and bracket detailing.  The dwelling has a two-story projecting square bay on the northeast side which retains decorative scallop shingles and an intersecting gable clad in composition shingles.  There is one brick chimney located at the center of the main dwelling.  There is a projecting gable and shed roof addition to the rear (northwest) of the dwelling.  The addition has a one-story two-bay porch with turned wood columns supporting a composition shingle shed roof with exposed rafter tails.  The addition has a single leaf wood and four-light primary entrance.  There is a brick chimney with corbelled cap located on the northwest side of the addition at the roof ridge. 

There is a one-story shed and garage located to the northwest of the dwelling at the corner of the parcel.  The shed and garage rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system and weatherboard siding.  The garage has one-over-one double hung sash, a single leaf wood and four-light primary entrance, and a single bay vinyl garage door.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles and has exposed rafter tails.   

406 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0136
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1990 – site visit)

This one-story dwelling has details characteristic of the Late Victorian Style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  The one-story three-bay porch has decorative square wood columns supporting a standing seam roof with boxed cornice;  there is a one-story bay projecting from the façade, which has a flat seam metal roof over the flat porch roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door.  There are two-over-two double-hung wood sash windows with aluminum frame storm windows.  The cross gable roof is clad in standing seam metal.  There is a one-story bay projecting from the northeast side of the dwelling, in addition to the one-story bay projecting from the facade.   

There is a one-story shed located to the west of the dwelling in the corner of the parcel.  The shed rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in standing seam metal with a front gable standing seam metal roof.  The shed has a single leaf metal door. 

408 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0137
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1933
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This one-story dwelling is constructed in the Late Victorian style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The one-story three-bay porch has square wood posts with decorative wood brackets, and a flat roof clad in flat seam metal.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with aluminum frame storm door.  There are two-over-two wood double-hung-sash windows with aluminum frame storm windows.  There is a one-story square bay projecting from the northeast side of the building.  The hip-with-intersecting-hip roof is clad in standing seam metal.  There is a parged brick chimney located on the southwest side of the dwelling, and a parged brick chimney located on the north side of the building at the ridge line of the projecting bay.  There is a one-story shed roof rear addition located on the northwest side of the dwelling; it has a rolled composition shingle roof and all detailing and materials match the main dwelling.   

There is a one-story garage located to the north of the dwelling at the corner of the parcel.  The garage is constructed on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The garage has single pane wood windows, one two-over-two double hung sash with aluminum frame storm window, and a single leaf wood primary entrance.  The one-bay garage has double leaf wood doors with two-lights in each.  The garage has a front gable corrugated metal roof. 

413 South Hope Street
DHR no. 114-5002-0138
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1884
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in wood clapboard and shingle siding.  The one-story two-bay front porch has tapered square wood columns and wood picket balustrade supporting a front gable composition shingle roof with boxed cornice and full cornice return.  There is wood shingle detailing in the gable front.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with vinyl storm door.  There are single and triple three-over-one double hung wood sash, as well as triple casement sash in the gable end.  The dwelling has a front gable roof clad in composition shingles with boxed cornice and full width cornice return.  There is one exterior brick chimney with corbelled cap located on the southeast side of the dwelling.