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14 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0272
Resource Type: convent/school
Construction date/period: 1923 (tax records), 1952, 1955 additions (cornerstones)
Style: Late Victorian, Colonial Revival, Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
convent/school: Contributing

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gym: Non-contributing (c2003 – building owner)

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cafeteria: Non-contributing (c2003 – building owner)

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office/administration/classroom: Non-contributing (c2003 – building owner)

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service station/storage: Contributing (c1930 – site visit)

This two-story dwelling was original constructed as a convent with architectural detailing from the Late Victorian, Colonial Revival, and Bungalow/Craftsman styles. The dwelling faces Mill Creek and is constructed on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in brick veneer.  The dwelling has a two-story three-bay porch with square paneled wood columns and square picket balustrade supporting a hipped standing seam metal roof with cornice.  The primary entrance is characterized by eight-light sidelights with a three-part multi-light transom around a single leaf wood and single-light glass door with aluminum frame storm door.  The entry to the second floor porch has the same architectural detailing. The dwelling has two-over-two and one-over-one single hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles, with projecting eaves and exposed rafter tails.  There is a 1952 brick addition appended to the rear (north) side of the Convent, which faces N. Willard.  The addition has a centrally located primary entrance with aluminum frame glass doors.  The windows are glass block and two-, three, and four-light aluminum frame jalousie windows.  The shed roof is clad in membrane roofing material.  There is also a 1955 addition to the convent, which is constructed to the west of the dwelling, and is characterized by a brick foundation with brick structural system and veneer, and 2-, 3-, and 4-light jalousie windows.  The 1955 addition also has single-light fixed vinyl sash, and a flat roof with membrane roofing material.  Both additions house classrooms for St. Mary’s Star of the Sea School.

There is a c2003 gymnasium located to the north of the convent on N. Willard Avenue and constructed of concrete block with fixed aluminum frame windows with reflective tinting. The primary entrance to the gymnasium is characterized by double leaf aluminum frame doors with reflective glass surmounted by a single-light transom.  The gymnasium has a flat membrane roof. 

There is a c2003 cafeteria is located to the northwest of the convent, and constructed of concrete block with minimal architectural detailing.  The cafeteria has fixed aluminum frame sash and single leaf metal doors.  The cafeteria has a flat membrane roof. 

There is a c1962 administration building located at the intersection of S. Mellen and N. Willard Streets.  The administration building rests on a concrete foundation with masonry structural system clad in brick veneer.  The administration building has fixed aluminum frame sash.  There is a double leaf aluminum frame door at the primary entrance.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles with a boxed cornice.

There is a service station on the parcel, which is located at the intersection of S. Mellen and Water Streets.  The service station is a storage building for the school.  Constructed on a concrete foundation with masonry structural system clad in brick veneer, the original service pull-through area has been enclosed with concrete block. There are steel frame multi-pane awning style windows on the building.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles. 

18 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0273
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: c1926
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style and faces Mill Creek with its rear to N. Willard.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in clapboard siding.  The dwelling has individual, and triple three-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows, one-over-one single hung vinyl sash, and three-pane fixed wood sash.  The dwelling has a hipped roof with hipped dormer clad in slate shingles.  There is an L-shaped one-story shed roof addition appended to the northwest and southwest sides of the dwelling. The addition rests on a concrete block with brick veneer foundation, and has detailing and materials similar to the rest of the dwelling.  The addition houses a recessed porch with scrolled metal posts and a composition shingle roof.  The primary entrance, located within the recessed porch on the addition, faces N. Willard St. and is characterized by a single leaf fifteen-light wood door with vinyl storm door and five light sidelights.  The rear of the dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch with battered wood columns supporting a standing seam metal hipped roof.  The rear entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood and one-light door with leaded sidelights and a one-light transom.  There is an exterior brick chimney with corbelled cap on the east side of the dwelling.

There is a one-story two-bay garage which rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding located to the north of the dwelling.  The garage has two paneled garage doors, and a front gable roof clad in composition shingles.

22 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0274
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: c1926
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
single dwelling/apartments: Contributing (c1900 – site visit)

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single dwelling: Contributing (c1945 – site visit)

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

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1980 – 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 aluminum siding.  The dwelling has a painted deck appended to the façade, which leads to the single leaf metal door with five fixed-lights.  The door is surmounted by an arched vertical vinyl panel.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and paired single-light slider windows.  The dwelling has a two-story bay with projecting gable on the west elevation; the bay is clad in vertical vinyl sheathing.  The cross gable roof is clad in pressed metal shingles.  The dwelling has a central parged brick chimney.  There are two telescoping one-story front gable additions to the rear of the dwelling.  Both are constructed on masonry foundations with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl; both have composition shingle roofs.  There is a brick chimney on the roof ridge of the first gable front addition.  There is a one-story shed roof addition appended to the west side of the rear addition.  It is constructed on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in wood sheathing with a composition shingle roof.

There is a two-story apartment building, originally constructed as single dwelling in the Queen Anne style, located on the property to the rear (south) of the main dwelling.  The apartment building faces Mill Creek.  It rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  The façade facing Mill Creek is characterized by a complex form, with enclosed porch featuring a single leaf door with aluminum frame storm door surmounted by a transom and flanked by single-light sidelights.  The enclosed porch has one-over-one single hung and fixed pane vinyl sash and a composition shingle hipped roof.  There is a two-story tower projecting from the west corner of the Mill Creek façade; it is clad in a composition shingle tower roof.  There is a projecting square bay on the east side of the south elevation; the bay has paired one-over-one single hung vinyl sash with a pediment roof with boxed cornice and full cornice return.  On the N. Willard side of the dwelling, there is a two-story addition with sloped composition shingle roof.  The elevation is adorned with paired one-over-one sash and a centrally located single leaf metal and nine-light door surmounted by an aluminum awning.  The dwelling has individual and paired one-over-one single-hung vinyl sash.  The hipped roof has cross gable dormers on each side.  The roof is clad in composition shingle. There are two interior brick chimneys located along the east side of the dwelling.

There is a one-story dwelling located to the east of the primary dwelling.  This resource is constructed in the style of the Modern Movement.  The dwelling rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story one-bay stoop with square posts supporting a front gable composition shingle roof.  The primary entrance has a single leaf metal door with vinyl storm door.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and a side gable roof clad in composition shingles.  There is one interior brick chimney located on the south side of the dwelling.

There is a one-story shed located on the east property line, at the mid-point of the parcel, which rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in wood shingles.  The shed has a double leaf wood paneled door and one-over-one double hung wood sash window.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles.  There is a brick chimney at the roof ridge near the rear (east) side of the shed.

There is a one-story shed located on the west property line, at the mid-point of the parcel, which rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical metal sheathing.  The shed has a double leaf metal door and gambrel roof clad in standing seam metal.

26 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0275
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: c1926
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing (c1930 – Sandborn Fire Insurance Map)

Individual resource status
gazebo: Contributing (c1916 – site visit)

This one-story dwelling is constructed with architectural details from the Late Victorian style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding. The dwelling has an enclosed hipped roof porch with paired one-light casement windows flanking the primary entrance, which is a single leaf metal door with metal frame storm door with security bars.  The enclosed porch has a composition shingle hipped roof.  There is a one-story bay appended to the west side of the dwelling, which has a composition shingle roof.  The dwelling has three-over-one and three-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  There is a hipped roof clad in standing seam metal, with a parged brick chimney located on the southwest corner of the building.  There are three rear additions to the dwelling.  One addition is located on the southwest corner and has a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding with a rolled composition roofing clad flat roof with projecting eaves.  The second addition, which is located on the southeast corner of the dwelling, has a concrete block foundation supporting a wood frame structural system with vinyl siding and a ribbon of one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The shed roof is clad in composition shingle.  The central addition, located on the south side of the dwelling, connects the two flanking additions.  The central addition has a shed roof with composition shingle roofing, and is constructed of the same materials and detailing as the main dwelling.

There is a one-story garage located to the west of the dwelling.  The garage rests on a poured concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The garage has a single leaf metal and nine-light primary entrance with a double leaf wood panel and six-light garage door.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles; there is a fixed six-light wood sash in the peak of the gable.   The garage has six-over-six double hung wood sash and one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.

There is a gazebo located to the rear (south) of the dwelling.  The highly ornamented Late Victorian gazebo rests on a concrete pier foundation with wood frame and ornamental wood inset panels supporting a hipped composition shingle roof with decorative brackets, exposed rafter tails, and a projecting cupola with pyramidal copper roof and copper gutters. 

28 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0276
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1899
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

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

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Non-contributing (c1980 – site visit)

This two-story dwelling was originally constructed as a train station for the Chesapeake and Ohio spur line which led to Old Point Comfort.  Therefore, the dwelling faces west toward the location of the railroad bed.  The façade is characterized by a one-story one-bay porch with vertical louvered wood detailing.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The hipped roof with projecting eaves is clad in composition shingles.  The dwelling has one stone chimney located on the southwest corner, adjacent to the front porch.

There is a c1960 one-story dwelling located to the south of the primary dwelling on the east property line.  The dwelling is constructed on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and a hipped roof clad in composition shingles. 

There is a one-story garage located to the rear (south) of the c1960 dwelling.  The one-story garage is constructed on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in wood siding.  The garage has a gable-on-gable composition standing seam roof. 

There is a c1980 dwelling located along the south (rear) property line of this parcel.  The dwelling has a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  There are two-over-two single hung aluminum sash and a hipped composition shingle roof.

The property owner refused access to the parcel, thus the limited information about each resource.

40 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0277
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1907
Style: Greek Revival, Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing

This one-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Greek Revival style with Late Victorian detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  The dwelling has a one-story one-bay enclosed porch with a single leaf eight-light wood door flanked by twelve-light fixed wood sash sidelights and surmounted by a three-light fixed wood sash transom.  The enclosed porch supports a composition shingle hipped roof.  The dwelling has six-over-six and four-over-four double hung wood sash.  The side gable roof is clad in composition shingles with a decorative trim along the eave.  The dwelling has four parged brick interior chimneys located adjacent to the ridge on the east and west ends of the roof.  The dwelling has two one-story additions appended to the east and west sides.  The additions rest on masonry foundations with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  They both have side gable composition shingle roofs.  The east addition has a rectangular bay with intersecting gable. 

There is a one-story one-bay garage located to the west of the dwelling.  The garage rests on brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in wood clapboard siding.  There are two single leaf entrances to the garage, and two individual six-over-six double hung wood sash. 

44 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0278
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1934
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

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 cedar shingles.  The dwelling has a single leaf metal paneled door with fluted pilaster door surround surmounted by a canvas awning.  The dwelling has six-over-six double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The side gable roof is clad in composition shingles and adorned with wall dormers.  The dwelling has a two-story gambrel roof addition to the west and one-story gable roof garage appended to the east.  Both additions have the same materials and detailing as the main dwelling.  The dwelling has an addition to the south (rear) which is one-story with a flat membrane roof with projecting eaves.  This addition has two wood frame bays with fixed and awning sash.  There is an exterior brick chimney located on the west side of the dwelling.

There is a one-story shed constructed on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in metal sheathing.  The shed has a double leaf metal door and shed roof clad in standing seam metal.

46 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0279
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1952
Style: Modern Movement

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing

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

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

This one-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the style of the Modern Movement.  The dwelling rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in brick veneer. The one-story one-bay stoop with turned wood posts supports a flat roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with vinyl storm door.  The dwelling has individual and paired one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and three-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The side gabled roof has three intersecting gable dormers and is clad in composition shingle roofing.  There is a centrally located brick chimney with corbelled cap and an exterior brick chimney located o the east side of the dwelling with corbelled cap.  On the rear (south) side of the dwelling, there is a one-story three-bay porch with square posts supporting a flat roof. There is a single leaf wood and nine-light door with aluminum frame storm door on this elevation.

There is a one-story garage located to the northeast of the dwelling.  The garage rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in clapboard siding.  The one-bay garage has a wood paneled four-light door and three-over-one double hung wood sash.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles.

There is a c1960 one-story shed located to the northeast of the dwelling, which rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood sheathing.  The shed has double leaf plywood doors, and a side gable roof clad in composition shingles.

There is a c1990 one-story shed located to the south of the c1960 shed.  This shed rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical plywood sheathing.  There is a single leaf metal door and one-light wood frame fixed sash.  The shed has a sloped and pent roof clad in composition shingles.

54 North Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0280
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1952
Style: Modern Movement

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1992 – owner)

This one-story dwelling is constructed in the style of the Modern Movement.  The dwelling has a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling is laid out in an L-shape with intersecting composition shingle gable roofs.  The primary entrance is located at the interior intersection of the L and is characterized by a single leaf door highlighted by an intersecting gable.  There is a two-bay garage located within the west side of the dwelling.   There are paired and triple single-light vinyl slider windows.

There is a one-story shed located to the west of the primary dwelling.  The shed rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The gabled roof is clad in composition shingles.

2 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0282
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1934
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-story dwelling is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style.  The building 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 square wood posts and square picket balustrade supporting a hipped composition shingle roof with exposed rafter tails.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The primary entrance is boarded up.  The dwelling has a front gable roof with composition shingles and one interior brick chimney with corbelled cap located on the northwest side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story one-bay composition shingle hipped roof porch with square posts and square picket balustrade appended to the rear (northwest) corner of the dwelling.

4 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0283
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1934
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-story dwelling is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style.  The building 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 square wood posts and square picket balustrade supporting a hipped composition shingle roof with exposed rafter tails.  The primary entrance is comprised of a single leaf metal paneled door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The dwelling has a front gable roof with composition shingles and one interior brick chimney with corbelled cap located on the northeast side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story one-bay addition constructed with the same materials and details as the main dwelling appended to the rear (northeast) corner of the dwelling.

6 Willard Ave.
DHR no. 114-5002-0284
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1934
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This one-story dwelling is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style.  The building rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay enclosed porch with aluminum frame louvered glass windows and a centrally located single leaf wood panel and three-pane glass door supporting a hipped composition shingle roof with exposed rafter tails.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The dwelling has a front gable roof with composition shingles.  There is one interior brick chimney with corbelled cap located on the northwest side of the dwelling, and one exterior brick chimney with corbelled cap on the southwest side wall of the dwelling.  There is a one-story one-bay addition constructed with the same materials and details as the main dwelling appended to the rear (northeast) corner of the dwelling.

This resource has a shed located in the north corner of the parcel.  The shed rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood panels.  The shed has a double leaf wood door and a front gable roof clad in composition shingles.

110 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0286
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1910
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-and-one-half 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 dwelling has a one-story three-bay recessed porch with square wood posts and turned balustrade and decorative woodwork.  The primary entrance is characterized by a double leaf wood and single light glass door surmounted by a single-light transom.  The dwelling has individual and paired one-over-one double hung wood and single hung vinyl sash.  The dwelling also has a glass block window.  This resource has a composition shingle hipped roof with intersecting gable dormer on the façade.  There are two telescoping additions to the rear of this dwelling; they are both constructed of the same materials and detailing as the primary dwelling.  There is a two-story front gable addition appended to the main dwelling, and a two-story hipped roof addition appended to the rear of the gable addition.  There are two interior brick chimneys; one is located to the rear (northwest) of the dwelling and the other is located to the rear of the gable front rear (northwest) addition. 

111 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0287
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1910
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-and-one-half story dwelling has minimal architectural features.  The dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  There is a three-bay two-story front porch with square posts and lattice balustrade supporting a front gable composition shingle roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf door with vinyl storm door; the second floor porch entrance is comprised of a single leaf metal and nine-light door.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash and one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The front gable roof with boxed cornice, flared eaves, and cornice returns is clad in composition shingles.  The dwelling ahs a one-story side gable addition to the northeast (rear corner).

112 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0288
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1940 – site visit)

This two-story dwelling has minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  The dwelling has a wood deck projecting from the one-story three-bay front porch.  The porch has wood posts and wood picket balustrade supporting a composition shingle shed roof.  The single leaf primary entrance is situated in a projecting rectangular bay and has a wood paneled and nine-light door with transom window.  The dwelling has two-over-two and six-over-six double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  There is also a stained glass fixed sash.  The dwelling has a front gable roof with projecting pent and gable roof clad in composition shingles.  There is a one- and two-story rear shed roof addition which has a standing seam metal roof.

There is a one-story shed located in the northwest corner of the parcel.  The shed has no foundation, wood frame structural system and is clad in plywood sheathing.  The shed has no roof remaining.

114 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0289
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: 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 dwelling has a one-story two-bay porch with turned posts and balustrade supporting a standing seam metal hipped roof.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with five-pane lunette and vinyl storm door surmounted by a transom window.  The dwelling has two-over-two double hung wood sash and one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  The dwelling has a front gable standing seam metal roof with boxed cornice and cornice return clad in aluminum.  There is a one-story addition appended to the southwest side of the dwelling with a shed roof clad in membrane roofing.  To the rear (northwest) of the dwelling, there is a one-story shed roof addition with membrane roofing.

There is a one-story one-bay garage located to the north of the dwelling.  The garage rests on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding; the front gable roof is clad in composition shingle roofing.  There are six-over-six double hung wood sash windows.

115 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0290
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1928
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

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

This two-and-one-half story Bungalow/Craftsman style house rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in wood shingles.  The dwelling has a one-story two-bay porch with brick piers and turned wood balustrade supporting a composition shingle hipped roof with cornice.  The dwelling has individual and paired one-over-one double hung wood sash.  There is a one-story two-bay shed roof porch to the rear of the dwelling which is being enclosed.  The dwelling has a hipped slate roof with hipped roof dormers.  There is an exterior brick chimney with corbelled cap located on the southwest side of the dwelling.

There is a one-story shed located to the southeast of the dwelling.  The shed is constructed on a concrete slab foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical plywood sheathing and a double leaf plywood door.  The shed has a composition shingle shed roof.

There is a one-story shed located to the southwest of the dwelling which rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in clapboard siding.  The shed has a single leaf plywood door and a composition shingle hipped roof.

116 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0291
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1902
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c2002 – owner interview)

This two-and-one-half story Queen Anne style dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in clapboard and vinyl siding.  The dwelling two-story three-bay wrap-around porch with turned wood columns and wood picket balustrade supports a flat rolled composition roof.  The primary entrance includes a single leaf wood panel and glass door with vinyl storm door surmounted by a transom.  The 2nd floor porch entrance is characterized by a fifteen-light wood door.  The dwelling has a two-story bay projecting from the façade; the bay is adorned with fish-scale shingles and a projecting cornice wrapped in aluminum with a flat seam metal roof.  The dwelling has nine-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows and one-over-one single hung vinyl sash.  There is a cross gable roof clad in composition shingles with aluminum clad boxed cornice and full width cornice return.  There are two centrally located parged brick chimneys.  There is a two-story rear porch supported by wood posts with wood picket balustrade.  There is a one-story shed roof addition appended to the rear (northwest) of the dwelling.

There is a one-story shed located to the northeast of the dwelling.  The shed rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood sheathing.  There is an aluminum frame three-light window and a double leaf wood door.  The pent roof is clad in composition shingles.

118 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0292
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1909
Style: Late Victorian, Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Contributing

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Late Victorian style with Colonial Revival detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with 8-course American bond structural system.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay porch with Doric columns and pilasters and wood picket balustrade supporting a composition shingle hipped roof with cornice.  The primary entrance has a single leaf metal door with aluminum frame storm door surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows and a four-over-two fixed wood sash in the dormer.  There is a hipped roof with intersecting hipped dormer clad in decorative slate shingles.  There are two interior brick chimneys;  one with corbelled cap located on the northeast side of the dwelling, and one parged chimney located on the north side of a one-story gable front rear addition.

There is a front-gable shed located to the north of the dwelling.  The shed rests on a wood foundation with wood frame structural system clad in corrugated metal sheathing with a standing seam metal roof.

120 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0293
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1917
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (2006 – under construction)

This two-and-one-half story Queen Anne style dwelling rests on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl and aluminum siding.  The dwelling has a two-story one-bay porch with Ionic columns and turned balustrade.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood panel and single light door with single light sidelights and three-light transom.  The dwelling ahs one-over-one single hung vinyl.  There is a two-story projecting bay on the facade, which is adorned with wood paneling.  The dwelling has a cross gable roof with boxed cornice and full cornice return; there is decorative slate in the gables and the roof is clad in slate.  There is a flat roof addition projecting from the northeast side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story deck projecting from the rear of the dwelling.

There is a shed located to the north of the dwelling; it rests on a concrete block foundation with wood frame structural system clad in cement fiberboard.  The shed has a double leaf set of single light with metal frame glass doors.  There is a side gabled composition shingle roof.

122 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0294
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-and-one-half-story Queen Anne style dwelling is constructed on a parged brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story four-bay wrap-around porch with turned posts and balustrade with decorative spindle-work supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  The dwelling has a single leaf wood primary entrance flanked by sidelights and surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling has a second floor porch on the northwest side supported by a round fish-scale shingle bay.  The porch has turned posts and balustrade, decorative spindle-work and a decorative roof truss supporting a cross gable roof with full cornice return.  There is a two-and-one-half story tower appended to the southwest corner of the dwelling; the tower is adorned with decorative shingles and a wood shake tower roof.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and a hip-and-cross-gable roof with composition shingles.  There is a hipped dormer on each side of the roof, and an exterior brick chimney located on the west side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story composition shingle hipped roof addition to the rear (north) side of the dwelling.

There is a one-story shed constructed immediately to the rear (north) side of the dwelling.  The shed rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system and clapboard siding.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles.  There are six-over-one single hung vinyl sash and a single pane transom surmounting a fifteen-light wood single leaf door.

127 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0295
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1919
Style: Late Victorian, Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-story dwelling is constructed with architectural elements from the Late Victorian and Colonial Revival styles.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has 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 door with five-light lunette surmounted by a single light transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and a hipped composition shingle roof.  There is a one-story gable addition to the rear (south) which is constructed with the same detailing and materials as the main dwelling.  The addition has an exterior brick chimney on the rear (south) side.

202 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0296
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1912
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
shed: Non-contributing (c1985 – site visit)

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

Individual resource status
pool: Non-contributing (c1990 – 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 vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story four-bay wrap-around porch with metal columns supporting a composition shingle hipped roof.  There is a 2nd story projecting bay with cross gable above the primary entrance, which is comprised of double leaf wood panel and single-light glass doors surmounted by a transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one and six-over-six double hung wood sash.  There is a hip with cross-hip composition shingle roof with a hipped dormer on the façade.  There is on interior brick with corbelled cap chimney located on the southeast side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story rear addition appended to the north side of the dwelling; the addition has a shed roof clad in composition shingles.

There is a one-story shed located to the northwest of the dwelling.  The shed rests on a wood frame foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vertical wood sheathing.  The double leaf wood doors are flanked by one-over-one aluminum frame single hung sash.  The side gable roof is clad in composition shingles.

There is a wood frame shed with lattice sheathing located to the northwest of the dwelling.

There is a modern above-ground pool located to the northeast of the dwelling.

206 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0297
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1930
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This one-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style.  The dwelling has a stone and brick foundation with brick structural system clad in brick veneer.  There is vinyl siding on the dormers and gable ends.  The dwelling has a one-story two-bay wrap-around recessed stone porch with stone piers.  The primary entrance is characterized by a wood frame fifteen-light single leaf door with fourteen-light sidelights surmounted by a three-part multi-light transom.  The dwelling has a secondary entrance on the west side of the wrap-around porch.  The windows are nine-over-one, six-over-six, and one-over-one double hung wood sash with aluminum frame storms.  There is a side gable composition shingle roof with intersecting gable dormers.  The dwelling has two interior chimneys; one is located to the east side of the dwelling and is embellished with a corbelled cap; the other is located to the rear (north) of the dwelling.  There is a rear front gable one-and-one-half story addition constructed in the same materials as the main dwelling.  The addition has front gable dormers.

212 S. Willard St.
DHR no. 114-5002-0298
Resource Type: single dwelling/duplex
Construction date/period: 1925
Style: No Style Listed

Individual resource status
multiple dwelling/duplex: Contributing

This two-story multiple dwelling retains minimal architectural detailing.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding.  There is a one-story three-bay porch with scrolled iron posts and balustrade supporting a composition shingle hipped roof. The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and a sloped rolled composition roof with roof parapet.  There is a one-story shed addition to the rear of the dwelling.

214 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0299
Resource Type: single dwelling/duplex
Construction date/period: 1905
Style: Queen Anne

Individual resource status
single dwelling/duplex: Contributing

This is a two-story Queen Anne style dwelling which rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a wood deck projecting from the façade, which leads to the primary entrance which is characterized by a single leaf metal door with five-light lunette and aluminum frame storm door surmounted by a single light transom.  The dwelling has one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and six-over-six double hung wood sash.  There is a two-story projecting bay with cross gable roof on the southwest side of the dwelling.  The cross gable roof is clad in composition shingles and has a vinyl encased decorative truss in the gable.  The dwelling has a central brick chimney with corbelled cap.  There is a second brick chimney located to the rear (north) of the dwelling.  There is a modern one-story addition with two intersecting roofs joined with clerestory windows.  The roof is clad in composition shingles, and the clerestory windows are single-light fixed pane vinyl sash.  There is no other ornamentation on the addition, which extends from the west side of the dwelling. 

226 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0302
Resource Type: multiple dwelling/attached garage
Construction date/period: 1916
Style: Bungalow/Craftsman

Individual resource status
single dwelling/attached garage: Contributing

This two-story duplex is constructed in the Bungalow/Craftsman style.  The dwelling rests on a brick foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingle siding.  The dwelling has a two-story three-bay porch with square wood columns and square picket balustrade on the second floor.  The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf wood paneled and six-light door.  The second floor porch entrance has a single leaf wood paneled and one-light door with aluminum frame storm door.  The porch has a composition shingle hipped roof.  The dwelling has paired one-over-one single hung vinyl sash and six-over-six double hung wood sash; all windows have aluminum frame storm windows attached.  The dwelling has an asbestos shingle hipped roof with one-story composition shingle gabled bays projecting from the side walls toward the rear of the dwelling; and a rear (north) side projecting one-story hipped roof addition. Three is one interior brick chimney located on the east side of the dwelling.

There is a two-bay garage located to the northeast of the dwelling.  The garage rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in asbestos shingle siding.  The paired one-bay garage doors are comprised of paneled wood.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles.  The garage is connected to the house through an enclosed walkway appended to the north corner of the dwelling; the hallway has a sloped standing seam metal roof.

302 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0303
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1924
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 vinyl siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay wrap-around porch with Doric wood columns and turned balustrade supporting a hipped composition shingle roof.  The dwelling has a primary entrance comprised of a single leaf wood door with vinyl storm door flanked by five-light sidelights and a three-light transom.  The dwelling has paired and individual one-over-one double hung sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The hipped roof with projecting front and rear hipped dormer is clad in composition shingles.  The dwelling has a composition shingle front gable addition to the rear (northwest) of the resource.  The dwelling has two chimneys; the brick chimney with corbelled cap is located on the southeast side of the dwelling; the addition has a rear (northwest) vinyl clad chimney. 

312 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0305
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1900
Style: Late Victorian

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

Individual resource status
garage: Contributing

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 aluminum siding.  The dwelling has a one-story three-bay front porch with turned posts and balustrade and carved wood brackets supporting a composition shingle shed roof. The primary entrance is characterized by a single leaf metal door with aluminum frame storm door.  The dwelling has a projecting bay within the porch.  There is also a single-pane fixed sash flanked by two-over-two single hung wood sash within the porch.  The dwelling has two-over-two double and single hung wood sash with aluminum frame storm windows.  The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles.  There is one interior brick chimney located on the north side of the dwelling.  There is a one-story shed roof addition to the rear (north) of the dwelling.

There is a one-story garage resting on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in aluminum siding to the rear (north) of the dwelling.  The front gable garage has a composition single roof.  There are paired one-bay vinyl garage doors.

316 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0306
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1935
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

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

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Colonial Revival style.  The dwelling rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in brick veneer.  The dwelling has a single leaf paneled wood door at the primary entrance, surmounted by a decorative door surround featuring fluted pilasters and a diamond pane transom.  There is a projecting one-story bay window with rolled composition roofing to the west of the primary entrance.  The dwelling has one-over-one double hung wood sash.  The dwelling has a side-gabled composition shingle roof with front gabled wall dormers.  There is an exterior brick chimney with corbelled cap on the east and west sides of the dwelling.  The original copper gutters and downspouts remain on the dwelling.

There is a one-story one-bay garage located to the northeast of the dwelling.  The garage rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in weatherboard siding.  The garage has a double leaf door constructed of plywood sheathing.  The front gable roof is clad in composition shingles, and there are one-over-one single hung wood sash windows. 

320 South Willard Avenue
DHR no. 114-5002-0307
Resource Type: single dwelling
Construction date/period: 1935
Style: Colonial Revival

Individual resource status
single dwelling: Contributing

This two-and-one-half story dwelling is constructed in the Colonial Revival style.  The dwelling rests on a concrete foundation with wood frame structural system clad in brick veneer.  The dwelling has a single leaf paneled wood door at the primary entrance, with an aluminum frame storm window.  There are eight-over-eight, six-over-six, and two-over-two double hung wood sash, four light paired wood casement windows, and four light fixed pane wood sash.  The dwelling has a side-gabled composition shingle roof with telescoping side gable composition shingle two-story and one-story one-bay garage additions to the east.  The dwelling has two exterior brick chimneys located on the east and west sides of the dwelling.  The original copper gutters and downspouts remain on the dwelling.