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5 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0173
Resource Type: commercial
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Commercial Style

Individual resource status
commercial: Contributing

 This two-story building is constructed in the Commercial Style.  The building rests on a brick foundation with 7-course American Bond brick structural system.  The building has a wood and vinyl one-story four bay commercial storefront with fifteen-light fixed pane vinyl sash flanking a central fifteen-light single leaf metal door inserted into a recessed entry.  To the southeast, there is a single leaf wood door which leads to the second-floor.  The storefront windows are surmounted by six-light fixed pane vinyl sash and the second-floor entrance is surmounted by four-light fixed pane vinyl sash.  The second-floor has one-over-one double hung vinyl sash with stone sills.  There is a metal cornice appended to the parapet which conceals a shed membrane roof.  On the rear of the building there is a two-story porch constructed with a wood frame structural system supporting a shed roof clad in membrane roofing material.  There is a staircase leading to the rear of the second floor. 

7 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0174
Resource Type: commercial/residential
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Classical Revival

Individual resource status
commercial/residential: Contributing

This two-story building is constructed with Classical Revival detailing.  The building rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The three-bay two-story front porch has Doric columns with square wood picket balustrade on both levels.  The columns support a pediment with boxed cornice and full width cornice return, and the porch is recessed within the main roof of the building.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door; there are two single-leaf fifteen-light wood and glass doors which open onto the second-floor porch.  The building has individual, double and triple one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The dwelling has a front gable roof clad in composition shingles.  There is a one-story addition appended to the rear (northeast) of the building. 

12 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0175
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1936
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-story 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 two-bay porch with square wood posts supporting a hipped roof with boxed cornice which is clad in composition shingles.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door with one-light with a vinyl frame storm door.  The dwelling has a composition shingle hipped roof with one exterior parged brick chimney located on the west side of the dwelling. 

14 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0176
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1916
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-story 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 two-bay porch with square wood posts supporting a hipped roof with boxed cornice which is clad in composition shingles.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and two-over-two double hung wood sash with storm windows.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with vinyl storm door.  The dwelling has a composition shingle hipped roof with one exterior parged brick chimney located on the west side of the dwelling. 

16 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0177
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1916
Style: Italianate

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed with Italianate detailing.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch with wood posts supporting a composition shingle hipped roof with boxed cornice and decorative brackets.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood door.  There are one over one single hung vinyl sash windows.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles with boxed cornice and cornice returns, and paired brackets on the front and rear of the dwelling.  There is a one-story addition appended to the rear (southeast) of the dwelling with a gable and shed roof clad in standing seam metal.  The addition has a single leaf metal door and metal frame storm door on the rear.  The addition is clad in vinyl siding. 

18 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0178
Eesource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1902
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling is constructed with Colonial Revival detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with masonry structural system clad in brick veneer.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch with Doric columns supporting a standing seam metal hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single-leaf six-light wood door surmounted by a four-light transom.  The dwelling has a triple window with nine-over-nine single hung vinyl sash flanked by three-over-three single hung vinyl sash on the first floor façade.  There are individual nine-over-nine single hung vinyl sash on the rest of the first floor; the second floor has individual six-over-six single hung vinyl sash.  The front gable roof with boxed cornice and cornice return has a slate shingle roof.  There is a two-part front gable addition appended to the rear (southwest) side of the dwelling.  The addition has a concrete block foundation with brick veneer and a wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.   The front gable roof has a clerestory with gable roof.  Both roofs are clad in slate shingle.

36 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0180
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1905
Style: Queen Anne, Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing (c1880 – site visit)

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

This two-story dwelling is constructed in the Queen Anne style with some Colonial Revival architectural detailing.  The dwelling has a one-story four-bay wrap-around porch with 2nd floor balcony.  The porch has brick piers supporting Doric columns and turned balustrade; the porch has square wooden piers with turned balustrade.  The primary entrance is characterized by a wood and single-light door with aluminum frame storm door.  The primary entrance is flanked by single pane sidelights and surmounted by a single pane transom.  The second floor balcony entrance is characterized by a wood and single-light glass door surmounted by a two-light transom.  The façade has a two-story projecting bay with flat seam metal roof which is integral to the cornice return on the primary roof.  The dwelling has one-over-one and two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  There is also a fixed stained glass window on the first floor on the northeast side of the dwelling.  The cross gable roof is clad in composition shingles and has a boxed cornice with decorative woodwork and a full cornice return.  There is a gable front dormer located on the east side of the dwelling near the midpoint of the roof; the dormer has boxed cornice and paired one-over-one windows.  There are two brick chimneys located on the original dwelling; one is on the southeast end of the dwelling, and the other is centrally located on the roof ridge.  There is a one-story side gable addition to the south corner of the dwelling.  The addition rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The addition has a recessed porch with brick piers supporting Doric columns and a metal rail.  The single leaf primary entrance is comprised of a wood door with vinyl frame storm door.  There is a projecting bay window with multi-light fixed vinyl sash. 

There is a secondary single dwelling located on the southeast side of the parcel, facing Tennis Lane.  Historically associated with the primary resource, this dwelling rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in clapboard siding.  The dwelling has a one-story one-bay porch with decorative metal posts supporting a shed roof clad in composition shingles.  The primary entrance is a single leaf wood door with aluminum frame storm door with security bars.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles, and there is one interior parged brick chimney located on the northwest side of the dwelling.

There is a one-story two-bay shed located to the south of the primary dwelling.  The shed rests on a wood foundation with wood frame structural system clad in plywood sheathing and historic bead board.  The shed has two single-leaf wood doors and a shed roof clad in rolled composition roofing with exposed rafter tails. 

Railroad Bed Immediately East of 42 N. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0182
Resource Type: Railroad bed
Construction date/period: 1881
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
railroad bed: Contributing 

This railroad bed was constructed in 1881.  The track was laid to connect Newport News to Old Point Comfort via Phoebus, as an extension of the track that connected Richmond, VA to Newport News, VA.  The railroad track was removed in 1983.

11 S. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0186
Resource Type: commercial/residential
Construction date/period: 1932
Style: Commercial Style, Art Deco

Individual resource status commercial/residential: Contributing

This two story building is constructed in the Commercial Style with Art Deco detailing on the first floor façade.  The building rests on a brick foundation with brick structural system and limestone first floor façade with brick veneer second floor façade.  The building has two storefront bays and a second floor entrance on the northeast side of the façade.  The first floor façade is characterized by fluted pilasters surmounted by a cornice exhibiting chevron with lozenge detailing.  The storefront bays have parged brick with plate glass display windows and recessed wood frame and single-light single leaf doors.  The primary entry to the second floor is characterized by a single leaf wood door surmounted by a three-light wood frame fixed sash.  The upper floor has four individual one-over-one single hung wood sash with decorative sills incorporating limestone detailing.  The rear of the building is parged with one-over-one and four-over-four double hung vinyl sash.  The flat roof with parapet is clad in membrane roofing material.  There is an addition to the southeast (rear) of the building which is constructed of concrete block with a flat membrane roof.

15 S. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0187
Resource Type: commercial/residential
Construction date/period: 1936
Style: Commercial Style, Art Deco

Individual resource status
commercial/residential: Contributing

This two story building is constructed in the Commercial Style with Art Deco detailing on the first floor façade.  The building rests on a brick foundation with brick structural system and limestone first floor façade with brick veneer second floor façade.  The building has two storefront bays and a second floor entrance on the northeast side of the façade.  The first floor façade is characterized by stylized pilasters surmounted by a cornice exhibiting chevron detailing.  The storefront bays have parged brick with plywood encased display windows.  There are two primary first floor entrances; one is located toward the west side of the building and is characterized by a recessed single leaf wood door with fixed pane light.  The other is located to the east side of the building and is characterized by a wood two-panel door with single light sash flanked by two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The central portal leads to the second floor and is characterized by a wood panel and three-light door surmounted by a two-light transom.  The second floor has individual three-over-three double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The windows are articulated with limestone and terracotta detailing.  Three is a terracotta band and decorative brickwork along the parapet which obscures the flat membrane roof.  The rear of the building is parged with one-over-one and six-over-six double hung vinyl sash.  The flat roof with parapet is clad in membrane roofing material.  There is an addition to the southeast (rear) of the building which is constructed of concrete block with a flat membrane roof.

22 S. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0188
Resource Type: commercial/residential
Construction date/period: 1903
Style: Commercial Style

Individual resource status
commercial/residential: Contributing

This one and two-story building is constructed in the Commercial Style.  The building rests on a brick foundation with parged brick structural system with glass tile detailing.  The building has a central primary entrance located on the first floor and characterized by brick veneer surrounding fixed single-light plate glass windows and transom with one single-leaf and one double-leaf aluminum frame plate glass door.  The recessed primary entrance is flanked by fixed three-light aluminum frame plate glass windows.  The second story has two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The rear of the building is one-story with a brick chimney located on the exterior of the west wall.  There are six-over-six double-hung wood sash windows with aluminum frame storm windows on the rear of the two-story portion of the building; the rear of the two-story section is partially parged.  The two first-floor and one second-floor section have flat membrane roofs. 

25 S. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0190
Resource Type: commercial
Construction date/period: 1914
Style: Commercial Style

Individual resource status
commercial: Contributing

This two-story building is constructed in the Commercial Style.  The building rests on a concrete block foundation with concrete block structural system clad in brick veneer.  The first floor façade is characterized by a centrally located vinyl awning surmounting recessed storefront entrance with double leaf aluminum frame and plate glass commercial doors.  The storefront display windows have brick bulkheads surmounted by aluminum frame plate glass windows.  The second floor windows have been boarded over, but appear to have original been paired, and are surmounted by two vinyl awnings.  There is a decorative limestone cornice and brick parapet in front of the shed roof clad in membrane sheathing.  There is one interior brick chimney located on the northeast side of the building, and a projecting utility penthouse clad in concrete block, also on the northeast side of the building.  The rear windows are steel frame twelve-light windows with a centrally placed six-light hopper. 

30 S. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0191
Resource Type: commercial
Construction date/period: 1953 (cornerstone)
Style: Commercial Style

Individual resource status
commercial: Contributing

This two-story resource is constructed of concrete block foundation with concrete block structural system clad in brick veneer.  The primary entrance is articulated with a synthetic stucco door surround and aluminum frame plate glass windows and transoms with double-leaf aluminum frame plate glass doors.  The resource has a synthetic stucco belt course between the first and second floors.  There are aluminum frame fixed single-light sash and one pared fixed sash with synthetic stucco sills.  On the rear of the building there is one glass block window, and a rear entrance under a porte-cochere with synthetic stucco door surround and double-leaf aluminum frame plate glass doors.  There is a brick chimney appended to the rear (southeast) side of the building.

201 S. Mallory St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0194
Resource Type: commercial
Construction date/period: 1954 (cornerstone)
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
commercial: Contributing

This building is the retail portion of the complex located at 12 Howard Street (9 Williams Street). This building is constructed on a concrete slab foundation with concrete block walls and structural system clad in brick veneer on the front elevation.  The primary entrance is highlighted by a flat steel awning, with a double leaf metal and plate glass door.  The windows on the façade have been encased with brick veneer infill.  The flat roof has a rolled composition roof behind a parapet.