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Main Street – Luna Park Historic District
Main Street

Main Street

503 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable vernacular house of wood construction, with a side-gable roof and a shed dormer on the façade. Shed-roof front porch supported by wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood railing finished in decorative wood shingles. Fenestration is flat-topped, without other notable ornament. A shed-roofed carport is appended to one side.

505 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, hip-roof cube house finished in stucco, with a hipped roof and a forward-projecting hippedroof porch centered on the façade. The porch is supported by wood posts and is enclosed within a spindle wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some replacement sash.

506 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

One-story, side gable house with front-projecting gable ell and a shed roof porch supported by

replacement wood supports. The fenestration is flat topped with one-over-one. This is the first four houses in a line behind 115, 117, and 119 Delaware Avenue.

511 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, hip-roof cube house finished in stucco with a forward-projecting hipped-roof front porch.

The porch is supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a replacement wood railing.

Fenestration is flat-topped. A 1-story addition has been built onto the rear.

512 Main Street c. 1950 non-contributing building

1-story vernacular residence of wood construction with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street. Asymmetrical 3-bay façade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with multi-light non-historic sash.

513- 513A Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story American Foursquare with aluminum siding which has been converted for double occupancy with two doors on the façade. 3-bay façade with a hipped-roof front porch built on a raised foundation, with no-historic wood supports and wrought iron railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. Due to the changes, the house no longer resembles an historic resource and is thus considered a non-contributing resource.

514 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with Craftsman-style elements. Finished in stucco, with a large

gabled dormer. The roof extends beyond the plane of the building to shield a recessed front porch which is further articulated by a centered pediment with segmental-arched entrados. The main entrance is centered on the porch. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

515 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

1½-story Dutch Colonial Revival-style residence finished in modern stucco, with a gable-end

orientation and gambrel roof. The roof is penetrated by shed dormers on either side. Hipped-roof front porch appears to be refinished of red brick. Replacement windows.

Garage c.1980 non-contributing building

1-story, one bay, stucco finished garage with a hipped roof missing the garage door.

516 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with Craftsman elements. Prominent gable dormer centered on the façade. Recessed front porch with curvilinear intrados, which is supported by battered piers and enclosed within a solid balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

Dependency c.1960 non-contributing building

1-story, one bay stucco-finished dependency with a shed roof of corrugated metal.

517 Main Street c. 1915 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare finished in blonde brick with a hipped roof and an exterior chimney

penetrating the slope of one of the hips. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament.

Extending across the façade is a hipped-roof brick porch.

518 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1 ½ -story, side-gable Bungalow with a prominent gable dormer centered on the façade penetrated by three windows. The main roof extends beyond the plane of the building and shields a recessed front porch with a bay window and an offset main entrance. The porch is further articulated by a projecting pediment matching that of the gable dormer. Under the eaves are decorative brackets.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

1-story front gabled concrete block garage with exposed rafter tails and overhead doors.

519 Main Street c. 1915 contributing building

1-story, hip-roof house with gablet. Red brick with full-length recessed porch. Fenestration is flattopped, without notable ornament.

520 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

Two-story, front-gable house of wood construction, with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street, with decorative brackets under the eaves. Extending across the façade is a hipped-roof porch with an offset pediment over the main entrance. The porch is supported by paired wood posts which rest on brick piers and is enclosed within a solid railing which has been veneered in non-historic stone. A 1-story shed-roof addition has been built onto the rear.

Outbuilding c.1925 contributing building

1-story, front-gable, concrete block outbuilding with walk-through door.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

1-story, front-gable, stucco-covered garage with original hinged doors.

521 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, front-gable house finished in brick with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street. The roof extends beyond the plane of the building to shield a recessed front porch which is supported by wood posts and is enclosed within a purged masonry railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

Rock faced concrete block garage with a front gabled roof.

522 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow of wood construction, with shed dormer centered on the façade. The roof extends beyond the plane of the building and shields a recessed front porch which is supported by battered wood posts resting on brick piers and enclosed within a masonry balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, 3/1.

523 Main Street c. 1935 contributing building

1-story, front-gable house with hipped roof porch, finished in asbestos shingles. Porch supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement windows. Exposed rafters. 

524 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow of wood construction, with a side-gable roof and a prominent gable dormer centered on the façade. Recessed front porch which is supported by brick piers and is enclosed within a solid brick railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. On one side elevation is a rectangular oriel, which likely opens into an inglenook on the interior. Vinyl siding.

526 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, side-gable Bungalow of wood construction, with a side-gable roof and a pedimented dormer centered on the façade, with a corresponding pediment on the porch which extends across the façade and is enclosed within a brick balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some replacement windows. Vinyl siding.

600 Main Street c. 1915 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction with a side-gable roof and a 2-bay façade. A

hipped-roof front porch has been enclosed, an early alteration to the building. Fenestration is flattopped, with 6/1, 9/1, and some replacement sash. A secondary entrance and a side porch are on the Vine Street elevation.

601 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction, with a side-gable roof and a hipped-roof porch offset on the façade, enclosed within a solid balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash. The exterior of the house is finished in non-historic siding and some windows have been enclosed and/or resized. Thus, the building is considered non-contributing.

602 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction with a side-gable roof and a central chimney,

finished in asbestos shingles and artificial stone. Shed-roof porch extends across the façade,

supported by wrought iron posts and enclosed within a wrought iron railing. Fenestration is flattopped, with some windows having exterior fixed shutters.

603 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story side-gable-roofed vernacular residence of wood construction incorporating either an enclosed porch or an addition on the façade. General lack of architectural detail. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash and exterior fixed shutters. Do to the changes, including the major change to the main elevation, the house no longer retains sufficient historic integrity.

604 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction with a side-gable roof and a central chimney, with a shed-roofed porch extending across the façade articulated by a centered pediment. The porch is enclosed with 6/1 windows, appearing to be an early modification. The building is finished in asbestos shingles and non-historic siding.

605 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction, finished in non-historic siding, with gabled roof and gable-end orientation to the street. Extending across the façade is a gable-end-oriented front porch, supported by paired wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, 3/1.

606 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

Bungalow with a side-gable roof and a distinctive gambrel dormer on the façade. Building is finished in non-historic siding. Windows have been replaced and porch partially enclosed. It no longer retains sufficient integrity to be eligible for listing.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

Two-bay, gable roof garage with bays enclosed.

607 Main Street c. 1915 non-contributing building

2-story American Foursquare with a hipped roof and a hipped dormer centered on the façade.

Fenestration is flat-topped, with exterior fixed shutters, and the original hipped-roof front porch has been enclosed. Due to the change to the porch and replacement siding and new windows, the house does not retain sufficient integrity and is thus considered non-contributing.

608 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

Bungalow with distinctive gambrel dormer centered on the façade. The main roof extends beyond the plane of the building to shield a recessed front porch which is supported by wood posts and is enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

609 Main Street c. 1915 non-contributing building

2½-story vernacular residence of wood construction, finished in non-historic siding, with a gable roof and gable-end orientation. A gable-end-oriented front porch has been enclosed, and is penetrated by a sliding glass window and is partially finished in synthetic stone. Other fenestration is flat-topped, with fixed exterior shutters. Window openings have been moved and resized. Due to the changes, the house does not retain sufficient historic integrity.

610 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with a shed-roof dormer on the façade, with exposed rafter tails. The building is finished in rock-faced stone. A recessed front porch extends across the façade.

Fenestration s flat-topped, with some windows having exterior fixed shutters.

611 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in asphalt shingles, with a hipped roof penetrated by hipped dormers. A hipped-roof front porch extends across the façade, supported by replacement wrought iron posts. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, without notable ornament.

612 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story vernacular residence recently finished in red brick, with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street. A shed-roof front porch has been enclosed with artificial stone, incorporating a door and a 3-unit window. Fenestration is flat-topped,1/1, without notable ornament. Due to the modifications this building is a non-contributing resource to the historic district.

Garage c.1925 non-contributing building

1-story, front-gable garage with corrugated metal siding, a new roof, new door, and enclosed eaves.

613 Main Street c. 1930 non-contributing building

1½-story side-gable Bungalow of wood construction with a side-gable roof. Shed dormer on the

façade with oversized and uncharacteristic modern replacement windows. The main roof extends beyond the plane of the building to shield a recessed front porch supported by modern wrought iron  posts. Decorative brackets under the eaves. Due to the large, modern window in the dormer and the replacement posts, the building no long resembles an historic bungalow and is thus considered noncontributing.

614 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, with a hipped roof and hipped dormers.

Finished in non-historic siding with a hipped-roof porch extending across the façade, supported by Doric columns. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1.

615 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, side-gable Bungalow of wood construction with an undersized shed dormer on the façade, penetrated by louvered vents. Recessed front porch supported by wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some window replacement.

616 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare finished in perma-stone, with a 2-bay façade and a hipped-roof porch supported by Doric columns and resting on a solid railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament.

Dependency c.1915 contributing building

2-story dependency used as a residence with windows and covered in perma-stone and vinyl siding.

617 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow finished in red brick, with a shed dormer centered on the façade.

Recessed front porch supported by brick and wood posts and enclosed within a solid red brick

balustrade.

618 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

One-story, front-gable house finished in shiplap siding, with an enclosed front porch penetrated by a series of windows.

619 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow finished in red brick, with a prominent shed dormer centered on the façade. The roof extends beyond the plane of the building to shield a recessed front porch with curvilinear entrados, which is supported by oversized brick piers and is enclosed within a solid balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some replacement sash.

620 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare with hipped roof and hipped dormers. Broadly overhanging eaves.

Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. Building is finished in non-historic siding.

Extending across the façade is a wood porch supported by plain wood posts.

621 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with Craftsman elements finished in weatherboard with recessed front porch which is supported by wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. A locally distinctive gabled dormer is centered on the façade and penetrated by multi-light windows. Interior gable-end chimneys.

623 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, with the first story finished in shiplap siding and the second in square-butt wood shingles. Hipped roof with hipped dormer. 2-bay façade with flattopped windows with replacement sash. 1-story hipped-roof porch extends across the façade, supported by battered wood pillars resting on brick piers and enclosed within a wood railing.

Garage c. 1910 contributing building

2-story, one car, front gabled garage on a raised foundation of concrete block in finished in

weatherboard siding. The second story has windows and at least one window opening filled in.

624 Main Street c. 1935 contributing building

Two-story house with Tudor Revival elements, finished in red brick, with a steeply-pitched roof

system incorporating an intersecting gable roof and a forward-projecting gable-end-oriented wing on the façade. An arcaded porch is on one side of the façade and there has been some alteration to the window patterns.

625 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1-story cube with hip-roof and recessed porch on corner and hip-roof dormer. Finished in asbestos shingles. Porch is supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a spindle wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement windows, and exterior fixed shutters.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, one car, gabled front concrete block garage with a gambrel roof and a wooden overhead garage door.

629 Main Street c. 1940 contributing building

Distinctive in the neighborhood, this is a 1-story commercial building finished in brick, with

storefronts on the façade which are shielded by a hipped roof finished in tile. The storefronts retain traditional window-to-wall ratio.

702 Main Street c. 1935 contributing building

2-story gable-end-oriented residence of wood construction finished in non-historic siding with a

hipped-roof porch which incorporates a centered pediment. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with

replacement sash.

703 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in non-historic siding, with a hipped

roof and 2-bay façade, with the main entrance offset on the façade. Extending across the façade is a gable-end-oriented porch supported by wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash.

704 Main Street c. 1915 contributing building

2½-story stucco-finished American Foursquare with a 2-bay façade and a front porch enclosed with windows. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament. Building is repetitive to its neighbor at 706 Main Street.

Garage c. 1960 non-contributing building

1-story, two car garage with a flat tile roof and two entrance doors beside the car bays. The entrance door openings have been modified to fit smaller doors. Wooden hinged garage doors are intact.

705 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare, finished in stucco, with a hipped roof and a hipped dormer on the façade. Extending across the façade is a hipped-roof front porch with a centered gable, supported by wood posts and brick piers. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, without other notable ornament.

706 Main Street c. 1915 contributing building

2½-story stucco-finished American Foursquare repetitive to its neighbor at 704 Main Street. Hippedroof porch which has been enclosed with operable sash. Hipped roof and hipped dormers.

Garage/ Apartment c. 1915 contributing building

2-story, three bay garage constructed with brick and wood partially finished in stucco. One of the

garage doors have been removed and replaced with solid wood.

707 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story vernacular gable-end-oriented residence of wood construction, with much of the exterior

finished in stucco, and the façade altered with the introduction of a second-story gable-end-oriented wing built on the top of the original porch. The porch is supported by brick piers and by wood posts and is enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, including jalousie windows along with conventional 1/1 replacement sash. Due to the second-story addition, the house is considered non-contributing.

709 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction, with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street, along with a gable-end-oriented front porch supported by battered wood posts and resting on brick piers. Porch is enclosed within a replacement wrought iron railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

710 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story Colonial Revival-style residence of wood construction, finished in non-historic siding, with a side-gable roof and a dormer centered on the façade. Fenestration is flat-topped. Extending across the façade is a hipped-roof front porch supported by Doric posts which rest on a brick railing.

711 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story gable-end-oriented vernacular residence of wood construction, with a hipped-roof front porch and an offset pediment over the main entrance. The porch is supported by battered wood posts which rest on brick piers, and is enclosed with a solid red brick railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1.

Garage c. 1925 contributing building

1-story, one car brick or tile garage with a gabled roof and exposed rafter tails.

712-712 ½ Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story gable-end-oriented original double house with the façade arranged in mirror image with entrances suggesting a side passage interior plan to each unit. Hipped-roof front porch supported by battered wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with 3/1 windows.

713-713A Main Street c.1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction with gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street, with partial returns of the cornice on the gable ends. The 2-bay façade is asymmetrically massed, incorporating an offset entry door and flat-topped windows, along with a hipped-roof porch which shields a portion of the façade. A 1-story rectangular bay window is on one elevation.

Guest House c. 1935 contributing building

A secondary residence with two stories, Dutch Colonial Revival style gambrel roof, and shed

dormers.

714 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction with gabled roof and gable-end orientation to the street, with a 2-bay façade and the main entrance offset, en-framed within original sidelights.

Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash and fixed exterior shutters. A hipped-roof front porch extends across the façade, supported by battered wood posts resting on brick piers and enclosed within a replacement wood balustrade.

715 Main Street c. 1935 contributing building

Two-story house with Tudor Revival elements, finished in buff-colored brick, with a side gable roof and a prominent forward-projecting gable-end wing on the façade, through which is a semi-circular entry door. A gable wall dormer is noted on the façade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with diamondpaned windows.

717 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction, with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street, with flat-topped fenestration and the pediment of the gable in the front porch finished in nonhistoric wood shingles. Front porch also exhibits replacement wrought iron supports and railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

Garage/ Apartment c. 1935 contributing building

2-story, tiled garage/ apartment with a flat roof and two entrances.

719 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular gable-end-oriented residence of wood construction, finished in non-historic siding, with a 2-bay façade and the main entrance offset. Extending across the façade is a hipped-roof porch with an offset gable over the main entrance. The porch is supported by plain wood posts which rest on brick piers. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash and fixed exterior shutters.

721 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow of wood construction finished in non-historic siding with a recessed front porch. Centered on the façade is a prominent gabled dormer, and decorative brackets is under the eaves of the dormer and of the main house. A 1-story oriel window is on one side elevation. The front porch exhibits replacement wood posts and a replacement solid wood balustrade.

801 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare finished in red brick, with a hipped roof and hipped dormers. The roof is finished in red tile, and the eaves extend well beyond the plane of the building. A 1-story porch extends across the façade, supported by brick posts. Fenestration is flat-topped, with original multilight sash.

Garage c.1925 contributing building

One-bay, flat roof, brick garage.

803 Main Street c. 1925 non-contributing building

2-story vernacular residential building with the first story finished in red brick and the second in nonhistoric siding. Gable roof with gable-end orientation to the street. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash. The building sits back from the sidewalk. Due to the number of changes, the building does not resemble an historic resource.

804 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction with hipped roof and hipped dormer. Non-historic siding and replacement sash. Hipped-roof front porch with plain wood posts and original spindle wood balustrade. Corbelled brick chimney.

806 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2 ½-story house with Queen Anne elements. Finished thin shiplap siding, with an intersecting gable roof and decorative wood shingles finished in the pediment of the gable on the façade. A 1-story hipped-roof porch extends across the L-shaped façade, and is supported by original turned posts with small brackets and a spindle wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, without notable ornament.

Outbuilding c.1925 contributing building

Two-story dependency with side gable roof, clapboard siding, and decorative brackets.

808 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in insul-brick, with a 2-bay façade and a hipped roof with hipped dormers. 1-story porch extends across the façade, supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped.

810 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction with a hipped roof and hipped dormers.

Finished in asbestos shingles with a 2-bay façade and the main entrance offset, enframed within sidelights and a transom. Hipped roof porch supported by clustered wood posts and enclosed within a paneled solid wood railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with some exterior fixed shutters.

811 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction with a hipped roof and 2-bay façade, including a hipped-roof porch which has been partially enclosed. The porch retains the original battered wood support posts which rest on brick piers; the porch is enclosed within an original solid brick railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash and exterior fixed shutters.

812 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in asbestos shingles, with a 2-bay

façade and a hipped-roof porch. Porch is supported by battered wood posts and is enclosed within a spindle wood balustrade.

814 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, finished in non-historic siding, with hipped

roof and hipped dormer. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash and exterior fixed shutters. Hipped-roof porch extends across the façade, supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade.

814 A Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story vernacular residence of wood construction, with a gable roof and gable-end orientation, with the main entrance offset on the façade, suggestive of a side-passage interior plan. Hipped-roof front porch with a centered pediment, supported by replacement wrought iron posts and enclosed within a wrought iron railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, without other notable ornament.

Dependency/Apartment c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, side gabled, stucco finished dependency used as a residence.

816 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare with hipped roof and hipped dormers, and a 2-bay façade with a hippedroof front porch. Building is presently in the stages of remodeling with window replacement and will likely be finished in non-historic siding.

Garage/ Apartment c. 1925 contributing building

2-story, side gabled wooden garage/ apartment finished in vinyl siding.

817 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

1½-story, side-gable Bungalow with Craftsman-style elements. Wood construction with the first

story finished in red brick and the second in square-butt wood shingles. Large combination shed/gable dormer on the façade, and exposed rafter tails. The roof extends beyond the plane of the building to shield a recessed front porch. The fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

818 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction, with a hipped roof and hipped dormers. Main entrance is offset on the 2-bay façade, shielded by a hipped roof porch, supported by Doric columns and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash.

819 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction, with a hipped roof penetrated by hipped

dormers. The exterior surfaces are finished in insul-brick. 2-bay façade with a hipped-roof front porch with replacement wood supports and railing. Flat-topped fenestration, with replacement sash.

Garage c.1910 contributing building

1-story, one car, front gabled wooden garage with wooden overhead doors, accessed from an alley in the rear of the house.

820 Main Street c.1925 contributing building

2-story American Foursquare of wood construction, with a hipped roof and hipped dormers. Hippedroof front porch supported by Doric columns and enclosed within a solid wood railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, with 6/6 replacement sash.

821 Main Street c.1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction with a hipped roof and hipped dormers, a 2-bay façade, and the main entrance offset on the façade. Extending across the façade is a 1-story hippedroof porch supported by replacement wrought iron supports an enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with replacement sash and exterior fixed shutters.

823 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare finished in red brick, with a hipped roof and a gable dormer centered on the façade, with a stylized Palladian window. A hipped-roof front porch, supported by brick posts and enclosed within a solid brick railing, extends across the façade. Fenestration is flat-topped, with some decorative windows.

Garage c. 1910 contributing building

1-story, one car, rock faced concrete block garage with original opening partially altered and a

stepped tile roof.

827 Main Street c. 1910 non-contributing building

2½-story American Foursquare of wood construction with a hipped roof and hipped dormers, and a hipped-roof front porch supported by replacement wood posts and enclosed within a replacement wood balustrade. A modern enclosed exterior stair extends on one side elevation, accessing the second story. Replacement windows and some downsized windows. Due to the changes, the building does not retain sufficient integrity.

Garage/ Dependency c. 1910 non-contributing building

1-story wood frame garage covered with vinyl siding has a side gabled roof is accessed from an alley to the rear of the house. There is a small shed roofed addition on the front.

829 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2½-story, front-gable house with Craftsman-style elements. Wood construction, finished in asbestos shingles, with a 2-bay façade and a gable end- oriented front porch supported by plain wood posts and enclosed within a solid wood balustrade. The exterior surfaces are finished in asbestos shingle siding. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1, with replacement sash.

831 Main Street c. 1925 contributing building

2-story gable-end-oriented residence of wood construction with the first story finished in shiplap

siding and the second in square-butt wood shingles. 2-bay façade with an offset main entrance, and a hipped-roof porch supported by battered wood posts resting on brick piers, and enclosed within a wood shingle railing. Fenestration is flat-topped, 1/1.

900 Main Street c. 1910 contributing building

Vernacular residence with hipped roof and side-projecting gables, along with a wrap-around veranda, supported by wood posts resting on brick piers. Flat-topped fenestration with replacement sash.

901 Main Street c. 1915 contributing building

2-story, front-gable house finished in weatherboard with a gable roof and gable-end orientation to the street, incorporated a shingle-finished pediment. Gable-end-oriented front porch supported by wood posts. Fenestration flat-topped, including a large 3-unit window in the pediment of the gable on the façade.

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