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Hall Street – Luna Park Historic District
Hall Street

Hall Street

500-504 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story Colonial Revival-derived apartment building finished in red brick, with a series of tile-roofed brick porches on the façade. The building appears little altered from the original with the exception of some windows having been replaced with modern units. Modest brick corbelling provides ornament to the building and is centered on the upper portion of the façade is an inset stone bearing the name “Delaware Place.” The building is U-shaped in form, and is located on a corner lot

501 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

One-story, front-gable house with Craftsman elements. Wood construction with a front-gable brick porch extending across the façade. The porch incorporates curvilinear entrados on the front and side elevations. Fenestration is flat-topped, with 3/1 windows.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story gabled wooden garage

503 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1 ½-story, side-gable Bungalow finished in red brick, with shed dormers front and rear, penetrated by a series of windows. Decorative multi-color brick finishes in the pediments of the gables, which are also ornamented with decorative brackets. Recessed front porch has been screened in. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

Two-bay, front-gable roof garage.

505 Hall Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story side-gable-roofed Colonial Revival-style residence of wood construction, with the original front porch enclosed with brick and new picture windows. The front porch is of brick as is a portion of the first story of the main house. Fenestration is flat-topped, with sliding glass replacement windows. A 2-story original ell is at the rear. The alterations adversely affect the historic integrity and the building no longer resembles an historic resource.

506 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

One-story, front gable, stucco-covered house of set well back from the street, with replacement windows, and little other architectural ornament.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story gabled wooden garage with original wooden hinged doors.

507 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side-gable Bungalow with shed dormers front and rear, incorporating exposed rafter tails  under the eaves. Recessed front porch with solid railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with windows set singly and in pairs.

Garage c. 1960 non-contributing building

One bay, concrete block, gable-front garage with roll-up door, constructed outside the period of significance.

509 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story gable-end-oriented vernacular residence finished in stucco, with a hipped roof front porch incorporating an offset pediment over the main entrance. Partial returns of the cornice on the gable ends.

Garage c.1925? contributing building

2 bay car garage with a flat roof

511 Hall Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story double house finished in blonde brick with a hipped roof and small gabled dormer on the façade and rear elevation. In the front corner is a 2-story porch with an open second story. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some replacement windows and some alterations to the pattern of fenestration on the secondary elevations. Due to this, the property no longer retains integrity.

511 Hall Street, rear c. 1925 non-contributing building

1-story, side gabled, with wooden siding, dependency used as an apartment. The shed roofed entrance is accessed from the alley behind the house. Fenestration is plain with no sills or lintels and replacement windows. There are decorative brackets under the eaves in the gables. A shed-roof vestibule has been added to the building, obscuring the main elevation.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

One bay, gable front garage with alterations.

513 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare finished in painted brick with a hipped roof and 2-bay façade with the main entrance offset. Extending across the façade is a hipped roof porch of brick. Fenestration is flattopped, 1/1, with windows set on stone sills and capped with rock-faced stone lintels. Some windows have exterior fixed shutters.

Garage c. 1980 non-contributing building

1-story, 2 bay, gabled end garage with a replacement overhead garage doors and vinyl siding.

514 Hall Street c. 1960 non-contributing building

1-story minimal traditional house finished in rock-faced stone, with a side-gable roof and forwardprojecting ell on the façade, creating an L-shaped footprint. In the angle of the ell is a 1-story porch. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash and some exterior fixed shutters.

516 Hall Street c. 1935 contributing building

2½-story minimal traditional residence finished in red brick, with a side-gable roof and a forwardprojecting 2-story gable end-oriented wing on the façade. A single gabled dormer is located on the façade. Within the angle of the ell is a small stoop shielded by a metal canopy. Fenestration is flattopped, with original steel frame casement windows.

517 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2 1/2-story, front gable residence of wood construction with gable roof and gable-end-orientation to the street, with hipped dormers on the side elevations. A hipped-roof front porch with replacement supports and balustrade extends across the façade. An oriel is located on the west elevation, likely opening onto a stairwell. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash, and some exterior fixed shutters.

518 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

Substantial 2½-story American Foursquare-derived residence finished in red brick with a hipped roof of tile and a gable dormer centered on the roof; the dormer is also finished with tile roof. Elaborate front porch incorporating a tile roof and stylized support posts resting on brick piers. The main entrance is centered on the façade and incorporates an entry door flanked by sidelights. A secondary entrance on the side is shielded by a tile-roofed hood.

Carriage House c.1925 contributing building

2-story carriage house with apartment on second floor and overhead garage doors on first floor

519 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in insul-brick, with a hipped roof and hipped dormers. 2-bay façade with the main entrance offset, with a hipped roof porch incorporating paired and clustered wood supports and spindle wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light replacement sash.

521 Hall Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2½-story vernacular residence refinished in stucco, with a gable roof and gable dormers on the side elevations. A portion of the original hipped roofed porch has been enclosed. Fenestration is flattopped, with replacement sash. What appears to be a 1-story addition is on the rear, and a 2nd side door has been inserted accessed from Vine Street. Window openings have been altered. Due to the number of changes, the house no longer resembles an historic resource.

522 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare finished in brick with buttered joints. Hipped roof with hipped dormers and a 1-story bay window on the east elevation, which also incorporates an exterior metal fire escape. Hipped roof front porch of wood, supported by wood pillars. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with stone sills and lintels.

601 Hall Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2½-story house, finished in red brick, with a gable roof and gable-end-orientation, with partial returns of the cornice on the gable ends and a stylized Palladian window in the pediment of the gable on the façade. The side elevations are penetrated by gablets at the roof level. A 1-story porch with a centered pediment extends across the façade. A large side addition nearly doubles the building’s footprint. The house is thus considered non-contributing.

602 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow finished in red brick, with shed dormers front and rear and decorative brackets under the eaves. Recessed front porch of brick with a solid brick railing. A 1-story shed roofed bay window on the east elevation appears to access an inglenook on the interior. Original windows incorporate 9/1 sash.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story gabled garage with a modern overhead door.

603 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, with a hipped roof and hipped dormers on the façade and side elevations. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1. The hipped roof front porch extends across the façade, with wood posts and the surface of the façade under the porch finished in nonhistoric stone.

Garage c.1925 non-contributing building

Gable-roof, concrete block garage with side shed addition and new siding in the eaves.

604 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction with hipped roof and hipped dormers on the front and side elevations. Hipped roof porch supported by Doric columns. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

1-story, one car, flat roofed, rock faced concrete block garage with new door.

606 Hall Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

1½-story Bungalow with a side gable roof and a gable dormer centered on the façade. Non-historic siding. Shed roofed porch supported by new columns and porch balustrade appears to have been removed. New windows and some new/downsized window openings. Due to the changes, the building no long resembles an historic house and is thus non-contributing.

Garage c. 1970 non-contributing building

1-story modern wooden garage.

607 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare finished in synthetic stone with a hipped roof and a shallow center gable on the façade. 2-bay façade with hip-roofed front porch.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

1-story stone garage with a pyramidal roof.

608 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side gable Bungalow with shed dormers front and rear, incorporating a recessed front porch with a solid wood railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light replacement sash. On the east elevation is a 1-story shed-roofed oriel, which appears to access an inglenook on the interior.

Garage c. 1970 non-contributing building

1-story modern wooden garage.

609 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

American Foursquare finished in brick with hipped roof and hipped dormers. Front porch has beenenclosed with operable windows.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, one bay, gabled end garage with a replacement overhead garage door and original wooden siding.

610 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side-gable Bungalow with a hipped dormer on the façade, with the exterior surfaces finished in stone and retaining historic steel frame windows. In the angle of the L-shaped façade is a recessed porch supported by wrought iron posts.

611 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

Gable-end-oriented house with Tudor Revival elements, finished in stucco with a recessed arcaded porch on one side. Main entrance is semi-circular-arched with matching stone surrounds. Fenestration flat-topped with replacement sash.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

Four-bay brick garage building with flat roof and side stepped parapets.

612 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side-gable Bungalow of wood construction with a hipped dormer centered on the façade. Recessed front porch with the main entrance offset, en-framed within the sidelights, the porch incorporates a slightly curved intrados. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light original sash.

613 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story Dutch Colonial Revival-style residence with the first story finished in red brick and the second in vinyl siding. Brick front porch and shed dormer on façade.

614 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow of wood construction with a forward-projecting gable-roofed wing on the façade, creating an L-shaped footprint, with a small recessed porch in the angle of the ell. A substantial gabled dormer penetrated by 3 windows is centered on the façade. Fenestration is flattopped, with replacement sash. Exterior finished in non-historic siding.

615 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare finished in stucco, with a 2-bay façade and a 1-bay hip-roofed porch which has been screened-in. Undersized gable dormers on façade, Fenestration flat-topped, with original multi-light sash.

Garage c.1980 non-contributing building

Two-bay, gable roof modern garage with T-111 siding.

616 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side gable Bungalow of wood construction finished in non-historic siding, with a hipped dormer centered on the façade and a recessed front porch supported by wood posts and piers. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash.

623 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1 ½ -story, side gable Bungalow with Craftsman-style elements. Combination shed/gable dormer and recessed porch; half of which appears to have been enclosed. Vinyl siding and replacement windows. Decorative brackets also with vinyl siding. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light windows.

617 Hall Street c. 1930 non-contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction, with a side-gable jerkin-head gable roof and an exterior red brick chimney offset on the façade. The building is finished in shiplap siding, and features flat-topped fenestration and replacement windows. The main entrance is offset on the façade, and is shielded by a metal canopy which appears to have replaced an original porch. Rearward projecting wings are on the north elevation. Due to the multiple changes, the building does not retain sufficient integrity to be considered contributing. 

Garage c. 1930 contributing building

1-story, 2 car garage with a front jerkin-head gable roof and wooden garage doors.

618 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, front-gable house with Craftsman elements. Wood construction finished in non-historic materials, with a gable porch which has been screened in. Portions of the façade and side elevations have been clad in non-historic brick. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash.

620 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with Craftsman elements. Wood construction with a hipped dormer centered on the façade with a recessed front porch supported by brick piers and enclosed within an original wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with original 4/1 double-hung sash windows.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, one bay, wooden garage with a hipped roof and a replacement overhead garage door.

619 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare finished in red brick, with a hipped roof penetrated by chimneys. The roof is finished in green tile, as is the hipped roof porch. The front porch is of brick with a solid railing. Fenestration of flat-topped, generally 1/1, with replacement sash and some exterior fixed shutters.

Outbuilding c.1925 contributing building

1 ½ story brick outbuilding with side gable, tile roof with shed dormer. 6/1 double-hung sash windows.

622 Hall Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story American Foursquare-derived residence finished in red brick with a hipped roof capped with a gablet. A forward-projecting major addition on the façade is gable-end-oriented, partially finished with stucco. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light sash, including what appears to be a replacement window in the forward-projecting wing on the façade. Due to the addition, the building no longer retain historic integrity.

621 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story side-gable-roofed Bungalow of wood construction, with a combination gable/shed dormer on the façade. The main entrance is offset on the façade, and is shielded by a recessed porch with a pediment offset over the main entrance. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash and windows set singly and in groups.

700 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story 3-bay Colonial Revival-style central-passage house of wood construction, with an exterior gable-end step-shouldered brick chimney. Centered entrance shielded by a small hip-roofed porch supported by Doric columns. Fenestration is flat-topped, 3/1, with windows having fixed exterior shutters. A side porch supported by wrought iron posts is on one elevation.

702 Hall Street c. 1960 non-contributing building

1-story modern house with a low-pitched gable roof, finished in stone veneer, with flat-topped windows and a main entrance on the side elevation.

703 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, front, clipped-gable house with a full-length porch supported by paired wood posts. The façade under the porch is clad in non-historic stone and the remainder of the house in vinyl. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement units and an octagonal window, an apparent addition, is in the pediment of the gable on the façade. Other windows are original 3/1.

Garage c.1980 non-contributing building

Modern garage.

704 Hall Street c. 1945 contributing building

1½-story Tudor Revival-style house finished in red brick, with a side gable roof and an offset gable on the façade, from which projects a gable-end-oriented wing. In the angle of the L-shaped façade is a small masonry stoop from which is accessed the main entrance. Fenestration is flat-topped, with steel casement windows.

705 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story, side-gable Bungalow with Craftsman elements. Wood construction, finished in thin shiplap siding with large, shed-roof dormer and smaller shed-roof dormer above. Exposed rafter tails under the eaves. Decorative brackets under the side elevations. The front porch is enclosed with operable sash. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement window units and some windows having exterior fixed shutters.

Garage c.1925 non-contributing building

Two-bay, flat roof garage with alterations.

706 Hall Street c. 1950 non-contributing building

1-story minimal traditional house finished in red brick, with a centered chimney and a low-pitched gabled roof. The asymmetrical 4-bay façade which incorporates the main entrance which is offset and shielded by pedimented hood supported by Doric columns. Fenestration is flat-topped, with steel frame casement windows.

707 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, side-gable house of wood construction, with a side gable roof and a prominent gable wall dormer on the façade; shed dormer on the rear elevation. The brick front porch is enclosed within an operable sash. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

709 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story, side-gable house with Craftsman elements. Wood construction, finished in thin shiplap siding, with scalloped rafter tails and decorative brackets under the eaves. Original gable-end-oriented porch extends across the façade, supported by clustered Doric columns resting on brick piers. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light sash. A 1-story gable-end-oriented wing is on the rear elevation.

711 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with shed dormers front and rear, and stylized decorative brackets under the eaves. Non-historic siding. Recessed front porch of brick, including clustered wood posts which rest on brick piers. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. Interior gable-end brick chimney on the west gable end.

712 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story house finished in blonde brick with and intersecting gabled roof and stucco-finished shed dormer on one elevation; Colonial Revival elements. A forward-projecting entry bay is gable-end oriented and includes a semi-circular doorway shielded by a metal canopy. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

Dependency c.1925 contributing building

Two-story, gable front dependency.

714 Hall Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence finished in stucco, with an intersecting gabled roof with rolled corners. A 1-story porch extends across the façade, with similarly rolled edges. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light sash.

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