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11 Tennis Lane
DHR#: 114-5002-0268
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling retains limited Late Victorian architectural details.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in clapboard siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch with square posts supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  The primary entrance consists of a wood and three-light door with aluminum frame storm door.  There is a wood frame picture window flanked by two-over-two single hung wood sash on the first floor façade; other windows types include two-over-two double hung wood sash in individual and paired configurations, individual and paired one-over-one and four-over-four double hung wood sash and single-pane fixed wood sash.  The dwelling has a complex intersecting gable roof clad in composition shingles.  There is an addition to the rear (northwest) side of the dwelling, which is one-story in height and has materials and details characteristic of the main dwelling.

13 Tennis Lane
DHR no. 114-5002-0269
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-story dwelling has minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingles.  The one-story three-bay screened composition shingle shed roof porch obscures the façade from view.  The primary entrance was inaccessible.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles.  There is one interior parged brick chimney located on the north corner of the dwelling.  There is an addition to the rear (northwest) of the dwelling which consists of a standing seam metal gable roof over a wood frame structure with vinyl siding and asbestos shingles.  The foundation was inaccessible.