BALTIMORE AVENUE

3900 block Baltimore Avenue

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

3913 Baltimore Ave

Anthony Drexel, developer

Attributed to G.W. and W.D. Hewitt, architects

c.1895

Three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, detached house. Distinguishing features include marble base, lintels and sills, terra-cotta belt courses, pressed metal cornice with finials, flat roof. 1 Contributing.

Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3915-17 Baltimore Ave

Anthony Drexel, developer

Attributed to G.W. and W.D. Hewitt, architects

c.1883

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, semi-detached houses. Wrought iron alley fences on both sides of building. See 3913 Baltimore Ave for description. 2 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3919-47 Baltimore Ave

Anthony Drexel, developer

Attributed to G.W. and W.D. Hewitt, architects

c.1883

Fifteen, three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, rowhouses. See 3913 for description. See 3931-33 for original door. Marble used on trim for 3913-29, brownstone for 3931-47. 15 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

Cornice removed: 3931

3949-55 Baltimore Ave

Attributed to Samuel Sloan, architect

c.1865

Four, three-story, two-bay, brick with stone facade, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, (3949-51), small front yard, millwork porch, full length first floor windows, segmentally arched window and door heads, original 2/2 windows see 3951, paired bracketed cornice, pedimented projecting dormers, mansard roof. 4 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

Porch posts replaced with wrought iron: 3955

Front portion of slate roof replaced: 3955

Dormer detailing covered: 3953, 3955

3957 Baltimore Ave

c.1960

Single, two-story, two-bay brick house. 1 Non-contributing.

3959 Baltimore Ave

c.1930

Single, two-story, two-bay, brick vernacular building. 1 Non-contributing.

3961 Baltimore Ave

Developer unknown

c.1880

Two-story, stucco building. Distinguishing features include corbelled brick cornice, double-hung windows. Originally a stable. 1 Contributing. Drexel Development Historic District, National Register, 1982.

3963-67 Baltimore Ave

See 421 South 40th Street.

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4000 block Baltimore Avenue

4001-4015 Baltimore Ave

(4001 a.k.a. 410 South 40th Street)

Charles S. Metzger, developer

c.1908

Eight, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, Roman brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian, semi-detached houses in AABBAABB pattern. Distinguishing features of A)classical columned porch with modillioned cornice, bay window with modillioned cornice, decorative brickwork, moulded brick beltcourse, third floor triple windows, projecting dormer window; B)classical columned porch, bay window with modillioned cornice, decorative brickwork, moulded brick beltcourse, third floor decorative brick window surrounds, projecting dormer. 8 Contributing.

Porch altered: 4009, 4011

Porch removed: 4015

4017-23 Baltimore Ave

Tudor Realty Corp., developer

Sauer and Hahn, architects

J.W. Emery, builder

c.1911

Four-story, eight-bay, tapestry brick, Tudor/Mission style, apartment building. Distinguishing features include brick porch, front yard, two-story brick bays containing grouped windows with leaded cames, decorative brickwork with stone inlay. Central four-story porch is projecting pavilion. Flat roof, parapet with gothic drip molding. 1 Contributing.

4031-33 Baltimore Ave

Developer unknown

c.1905

Two, two-and-one-half-story, two-bay, orange brick, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone and iron fence around raised front yard, classical columned porch with denticulated cornice, second-floor bay window with denticulated cornice, mansard roof with cross gables containing paired windows, decorative brickwork, slate roof, end chimneys. 2 Contributing.

Porch details replaced with modern: 4033

4035-37 Baltimore Ave

Ronald Turner, architect

c.1965

Two, three-story, two-bay, stuccoed, modern, semi-detached houses. Ground-floor garage. 2 Not contributing.

4039-4041 Baltimore Ave

Edwin Rafsnyder, developer

Toomey, P.M.

Charles Delschlager, architect, alterations and additions

c.1863

Two, three-story, brownstone, Italianate/Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone and iron fence around raised front yard, millwork porch and modillioned cornice (3941), segmentally and semi-circular arched windows, front central tower, paired bracketed cornice, slate covered mansard, hipped roof. 2 Contributing. Hamilton Family Estate, National Register, 1979.

Slate roof shingles replaced: 4039

Porch glazed: 4039

4043 Baltimore Ave

Empty lot with iron fence.

4045 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 407-415 South 41st Street)

Samuel Silverman, developer, builder, architect

c.1927

Gainsborough Hall/ Calvert Hall. L-shaped, four-story, seven-bay, tapestry brick, Renaissance Revival apartment building. Distinguishing features include stone arched and pilastered entrance, cast stone lintels and sills, 6/1 sash, quoins, decorative pilasters and medallions, flat roof, decorated parapet. One wing removed. 1 Contributing.

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4002 Baltimore Ave

See 501 Woodland Terrace.

4004 Baltimore Ave

See 500 Woodland Terrace.

4040-48 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 501 South 41 St.)

John P. Deacon, builder and developer

Milligan and Pierson, architects

c.1913-14

Gunter Apartments. Four-story, eleven-bay, red brick, Colonial Revival apartment house. Distinguishing features include terra-cotta Doric columned balustrades, three-story metal bays, terra cotta entry porticos with window surrounds, quoins, and lintels with projecting keystones, heavily modillioned pressed metal cornice. 1 Contributing.

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4100 block Baltimore Avenue

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

4101 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 420-424 South 41st Street)

Israel Demchick, architect

J. Golberg, developer, alterations

c.1928

Penn Hall Apartments. One, four-story, two-bay, tapestry brick, Mission style, apartment building addition to original semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include first floor commercial storefront, cast-stone entryway, decorative brickwork, and stone sills, stone-capped parapet, Spanish tile, and false shed roofs. 1 Contributing.

4103-11 Baltimore Ave

Henry Townsend/Charles Este, developers

c.1869

Three, three-story, three-bay, stuccoed, Italianate, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone fence, front yards, central projecting pavilions, quoins, segmentally arched window openings, two-story porch (4103), bracketed cornice, and flat roof. A fire has left 4111 in a very deteriorated state. 3 Contributing.

Openings altered: 4105, 4109

Colonial Revival porch addition: 4111

4113-19 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 417-421 South 42nd Street)

Spruce Hill Christian School

c.1879,1884,1904

(Originally Trinity Episcopal Church of Maylandville, subsequently St. Philip's Episcopal Church, and later the Pillar of Fire Church)

Charles Burns; alterations by George Nattress & Son and the Hewitt Brothers.

Complex of Victorian Gothic sanctuary and meeting rooms at the street corner, separated by an alley from the former rectory to the east, all executed in local schist. The sanctuary, a cruciform structure with steep slate covered cross-gabled roof and corner turret, features an unusual combination of stone walls with polychromatic red, black and buff brick for arched openings and string courses. The sacristy along Baltimore Avenue is faced entirely in red brick with buff and black trim. The slate covered roof features both gabled and hipped sections. The former rectory to the east is dominated by a two-story turret on one corner with a high conical roof. 3 Contributing.

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4100-4114 Baltimore Ave

(4100 a.k.a 500 South 41st Street)

Alexander Wilson, Jr., developer

c.1910

Philadelphia Veterans Comfort House. Three, two-story, multi-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, apartment buildings. Facade divided into four, six-bay sections with full two-story porch with simple, square brick columns. Raised basement and small front yard. Denticulated cornice with central pediment on each of three sections. Two-story metal bays, entrances framed by pilasters and entablatures. Central paired door openings under single door surround. 3 Contributing.

4116-18 Baltimore Ave

Harold Arnold, Jr., developer

c.1979

Two, two-story, two-bay, red brick, modern, semi-detached houses. 2 Contributing.

4120-26 Baltimore Ave

See 501 South 42nd Street.

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4200 block Baltimore Avenue

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

4201-4205 Baltimore Ave

See 434 South 42nd Street.

4207-4227 Baltimore Ave

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1902

Eleven, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses in the ABBAABBAABB pattern. Distinguishing features of A)Roman brick walls, classical columned porch (4207), ground floor paired windows under transom window (4213-15), second-floor metal bay window with denticulated cornice, single projecting dormer surmounted by semi-circular arched decorative piece and flanking pilasters leaded pane upper sash (4213-15), slate roof shingles on hipped mansard, brick quoins; B)Flemish bond brick with darkened headers, columned porch (4211), paired windows under transom window, second-floor metal bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation, third-floor triple windows with nine-over-one sash, flattened pedimented cross gable. 11 Contributing.

Roof shingles replaced with asphalt: 4207, 4213 (partial), 4215, 4223 (partial)

Porch infilled: 4209, 4217, 4219, 4221

Original stained glass transom window: 4207, 4211, 4213, 4215

Porch removed: 4225, 4227

Balustrade replaced: 4213, 4215

4229-4231 Baltimore Ave

Christian Roth, developer

c.1898

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include porch, metal bay with swag and garland applied ornamentation, modillioned cornice, paired windows under broken pediment dormer, side tower, slate roof shingles. 2 Contributing.

Slate shingles replaced: 4231

Porch altered: 4231

Balustrade replaced: 4231

4233-35 Baltimore Ave

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1902

Two, three-story, single-bay, brick, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include classical columned porch, bay window with swag and garland applied ornamentation, third-floor triple semi-circular arched headed windows, Flemish gable with heavy metal cornice coping, slate covered gambrel roof with gable end to street. 2 Contributing.

Porch balustrade replaced: 4235

4237 Baltimore Ave

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1902

Three-story, two-bay, Colonial Revival, Flemish bond brick with darkened headers, semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include iron fence, small front yard, classical columned glazed porch, metal bay with swag and garland applied ornamentation, stone belt course, third-floor triple windows with nine-over-one sash, hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

4239 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 451-457 South 43rd Street)

Three-story, two-bay, Flemish bond brick with darkened headers, Colonial Revival, semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include: small front yard, first floor metal and glass shopfront; second floor large arched window and smaller stained glass window; third floor paired windows, corner wide low hipped roof turret. Side elevation: metal bay, bracketed cornice, wooden rear porch. 1 Contributing.

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4200-4210 Baltimore Ave

See 500 South 42 St.

Six, one-story, commercial storefront additions on side elevation of 500 South 42 St. Distinguishing features include wooden cornices, transom windows over large glass openings, urns on posts above cornice. Significant storefront alterations. 6 Contributing.

4216-4222 Baltimore Ave

John Neil McGarvey, developer

c.1906

Four, four-story, single-bay, Roman brick, Colonial Revival, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include columned porch on schist base with modillioned cornice, metal bay window with modillioned cornice, Palladian window, brick quoins, single pedimented dormer window, hipped roof, terraced front yard. 4 Contributing.

Porch balustrade replaced: 4218, 4220 (partial), 4222

Porch altered: 4216 (enclosed), 4220

Slate roof shingles replaced: All

4224-26 Baltimore Ave

John Neil McGarvey, developer

c.1860

E.A. Wilson, architect for renovations

c.1920

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick with stone facade Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone and iron fence around terraced yard, porch, segmentally arched windows, bracketed cornice, convex mansard roof with pedimented dormers and slate shingles, ground floor bay windows. 2 Contributing.

4228-40 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 501-549 South 43rd Street)

Community Garden. 1 Contributing Site.

Empty lot.

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4300 block Baltimore Avenue

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except for brick in front of 4301 (a.k.a. 452 South 43rd Street); 4347 (a.k.a. 513-517 South 44th Street)

Curbs: Granite

4301-4347 Baltimore Ave

Charles Macfarlane, developer

c.1901

Twenty-four, three-story, single-bay, orange brick Colonial Revival/Queen Anne semi-detached houses in the AAAABBBBBBBBBBBBCCBBBBCC pattern. All have small front yards and slate covered gambrel roofs except for Type A which has hipped roofs. The rears of these properties make up much of the streetscape of the 4300 block of Larchwood. Distinctive features of A) classical columned porches; second-floor bay windows with classical pilasters and bracketed cornice, grouped windows under brick elliptical arch, decorative brick pilasters, and hipped roof dormer; B)classical columned porches, second-floor bay windows with applied ornamentation, iron balustrade over second floor bay, third-floor grouped windows under brick elliptical arch, and Flemish gable with oculus window; C)ceramic tile and slate roof shingles, iron railing (4347), classical columned porch, second-floor bay window with applied ornamentation, paired windows under brick semi-circular arches, third-floor Flemish gable with small semi-circular arched head window. 24 Contributing.

Two-story pink brick commercial storefront alteration: 4301

Porch infill: 4309, 4313, 4315, 4319

Porch removed: 4301, 4337

Porch posts/balustrades replaced: 4303, 4305, 4311, 4317, 4321, 4325, 4327, 4329, 4341, 4343, 4345, 4347

Original leaded glass transom windows: 4235, 4237, 4239

Window opening altered: 4301, 4303

Second story covered porch on side elevation: 4301

Iron fence: 4347

Dormer altered: 4301

Slate roof shingles replaced: 4301, 4303, 4305, 4307

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4300-4400 Baltimore Ave

Clark Park is an area of 9.1 acres bounded by Baltimore Avenue, 43rd and 45th Streets. Named for Clarence H. Clark, civic leader and resident of the neighborhood, who donated the land, the area became a park in 1895-98. 1 Contributing Site.

4400 Baltimore Ave

Merciful Savior Home for Crippled Children

George T. Pearson, architect

Kennedy, Hays and Kelsey, architects

c.1886-1890s, 1960

A series of Gothic Revival/Queen Anne buildings located at the northwestern corner of Clark Park, consisting of a chapel and three hip-roofed residential/classroom buildings, visually linked by simple, one-story modern wings all dressed in rock-faced gneiss, and schist. The chapel, its nave parallel to Baltimore Avenue and located on the eastern edge of the grouping, is a simple Gothic Revival structure with rustic stone walls, Gothic wood cupola and iron cresting along the roof ridge. The adjoining buildings, finished in stone with wood shingle trim (later sided) in some gable areas, are informally sited, comprising a harmonious and pastoral ensemble that suggests the rural character of the neighborhood when they were first constructed. The property has an iron fence, yard area, and circular driveway. 4 Contributing.

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4400 block Baltimore Avenue

4401 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 513-520 South 44th Street)

J. Wilfred Hart, developer

c.1900

Two and one-half story, five-bay, stone Colonial Revival /Second Empire detached house. Distinguishing features include stone base forming a porch and railing, monumental stone three-story bay, Flemish gable dormer containing paired arched windows, bracketed cornice, slate roof shingles, mansard roof, tall brick chimney, and projecting bracketed dormers with broken pediments. 1 Contributing.

4409-33 Baltimore Ave

J. Wilfred Hart, developer

c.1900

Thirteen, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian semi-detached houses in the AABBAABBAABBA pattern. All with front yards and mansard roofs. Distinguishing features of A)low stone fence, classical columned porches, ground floor paired windows under elliptical arched transom window, second-floor bay window with modillions and pilasters, third-floor Palladian window with stone lintels and sills, modillioned cornice, ceramic tile shingles, small gabled dormer, and roof cresting; B)low stone fence, front yard, classical columned porch, first floor elliptical arched transom over first floor paired windows, second floor bay window with modillions and pilasters, stone lintels and sills, bracketed cornice, hipped roof dormer with triple window, ceramic tile shingles, and roof cresting. 13 Contributing.

Porch removed, new brick addition: 4429, 4431

Porch posts/balustrade replaced: 4409, 4411, 4413, 4415, 4419, 4421, 4423, 4433

Porch glazed: 4415

Slate/terra cotta shingles replaced with asphalt: 4429, 4431

Roof cresting removed: 4409, 4411, 4413, 4417, 4419, 4427

4435-37 Baltimore Ave

(a.k.a. 529 S. 45 St.)

Robert Anderson, developer

c.1897 Addition c. 1915

Four-story, five-bay, brick, Mission/Arts and Crafts style, apartment building addition on original semi-detached house. Distinctive features include commercial storefront, yellow tapestry brick wall, glazed, colored inlaid tiles, bracketed cornice. Features of the original building include bay windows, bracketed cornice, flat roof, slate shingles which can be seen on the side elevation. 6/1 wooden sash, iron porch, flat roof. 1 Contributing.

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4500 block Baltimore Avenue

4501-4509 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1930s

Speedy Car Wash, AGA Shoe Repair, Medical Offices. Three one-story, 2-bay, brick, flat roof commercial infill buildings. This row infills a very shallow triangular lot. 3 Contributing.

4511-4533 Baltimore Ave.

1892

R. Marple

Off Wagon, Joe’s Meats, Yankady, Hollywood Deli, Davis Drugs. Twelve, two-story, one-bay, brown brick, Classical Revival rowhouses. Commercial on first story with apartments above. Distinguishing features include pressed metal cornice and storefront with flat bays and flat roofs. Alterations to storefronts and addition of modern signage. 12 Contributing.

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4514-4516 Baltimore Ave.

1892

R. Marple

Capp Dentistry, Side Computers. Two, three-story, two-bay, buff colored brick, Classical Revival rowhouses. Commercial use on first floor with apartments above. Distinguishing features include pressed metal cornice, brownstone lintels. Alterations to storefronts. 2 Contributing.

4518-4522 Baltimore Ave.

post-1910

Fiesta Pizza. One three-story, five-bay, brick, Classical Revival commercial building with stuccoed first floor. Distinguishing features include pressed metal cornice, flat roof. 1 Contributing.

4524-4528 Baltimore Ave.

post-1910

Three one-story, three-bay, brick, stripped-down Classical Revival building with stucco infill at two arched doorways. Alterations include cornice, trim, and possible upper story removed. 3 Contributing.

4530-4534 Baltimore Ave.

post-1910

Three two-story, one-bay, brown brick, Classical Revival rowhouses. Commercial on first story with apartments above. Distinguishing features include pressed metal cornice and storefront with flat bays and flat roofs. Alterations to storefronts and addition of modern signage. 3 Contributing.

4536-4538 Baltimore Ave.

post-1910

Sammy’s Auto Repair. Two one-story, three-bay, red brick, Classical Revival commercial rowhouses. Distinguishing features include flat roof, pressed metal cornice. 2 Contributing.

4540 Baltimore Ave.

1896

R. Pitts

Cherry Tree Inn. One three-story, one-bay, buff colored brick, Classical Revival commercial rowhouse. Distinguishing features include flat roof with pressed metal modillioned cornice, metal bay and storefront, with pilasters at the corners. First floor commercial use with residence above. 1 Contributing.

4542-4546 Baltimore Ave.

1923 with significant modern alterations

F. Borrel

Hesco Muffler Center. One two-story, one-bay, stuccoed, commercial building. Remnant of a commercial row. Exterior and interior completely altered. 1 Non-Contributing.

4548 Baltimore Ave.

University Garage. One one-story, two-bay, metal clad gas station. 1 Non-Contributing.

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4600 block Baltimore Avenue

4601-4621 are backs of houses on adjacent street.

4623-4625 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1895

Two three-story, two-bay, buff colored brick Colonial Revival twin residence. Distinguishing features include stone door and window surrounds, wooden porch and cornice, 2nd story pressed metal bay, hipped slate roof. 2 Contributing.

4629 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1895

Montrose. One four-story, four-bay, red brick Classical Revival apartment building. Distinguishing features include stone window surrounds, pressed metal bays, flat roof with parapet wall. 1 Contributing.

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4600-4614 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1910

Eight three-story, three-bay, red and yellow brick Queen Anne twins. Distinguishing features include pressed metal cornice and porch decoration, full-width front porches, hipped slate roofs with peaked roof at 3rd floor dormer balcony. 8 Contributing.

Commercial Usage: 4612, 4614

Porch Removed and Replaced with one-story brick storefront: 4612, 4614

4620-4622 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1910

Ultra Clean Laundry. Two three-story, brick Colonial Revival rowhouses converted to commercial usage. Distinguishing features include wooden porch at third story of 4620, slate hipped roof. 2 Contributing.

4624-4632 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1910

Hughes & Sons, Christ-Like Mission. Two 2 1/2-story, eight-bay, red brick mixed use commercial venetian building. Mixed usage includes: apartment building, first story storefront, and church. Distinguishing features include pressed metal storefront bays, flat and hipped roofline. 2 Contributing.

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4700 block Baltimore Avenue

4701-4725 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1900

Thirteen three-story, three -bay, yellow brick Queen Anne twins. Distinguishing features include slate hipped roof with alternating gambrel and gabled dormers, full-width front porches, and pressed metal bays at the second floor. 13 Contributing.

Alterations to allow for corner storefront entry: 4701

4727 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1900

Carolyn. One two-story, three-bay, brown brick and stone Classical Revival apartment building. Distinguishing features include pressed metal bay and cornice. Street front facade is an alteration to front of a Colonial Revival 1/2 twin, three story, the roof of which is visible toward the rear. 1 Contributing.

4729-31 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1900

Two three -story, three-bay, brick Colonial Revival twin residences. Distinguishing features include stone window sills, slate hipped roof, pressed metal bay, corner turret, full-width front porch. 2 Contributing.

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4702-4714, 4722-4728 Baltimore Ave.

post-1910

Gaffers Pub, Dahlak, Lucky’s, A-Space, Mariposa. Eleven three-story, one-bay, red brick mixed use rowhouses. First story commercial usage with residences above. Distinguishing features include pressed metal storefront and flat bays, flat roofs with clay tile at flat bays. 11 Contributing.

4736-4738 Baltimore Ave.

c. 1918-1923

Two three-story, three-bay, yellow brick Queen Anne twin residences with Colonial Revival detailing, particularly at the bays. Distinguishing features include pressed metal bay at 2nd story, wooden balcony at 3rd story dormer, full-width front porch, slate hipped roof with peaked roof at the 3rd story balcony. 2 Contributing.

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4800 block Baltimore Avenue

4809-4839 Baltimore Ave.

1898

R. Pitts

Fifteen three-story, two-bay Queen Anne/Colonial Revival brick twin residences. Orangish brick on front elevations, red brick on rear and side elevations. Distinguishing features include corner towers decorated with swags, pilasters and modillions, free standing ionic-columned porches, mansarded and helm towers. Organized in an AAABBBBBAB_BBBBB pattern. Number 4829 has been demolished. The A style buildings contain a classical columned first story porch, projecting metal bays at the 2nd and 3rd stories, a two-story corner turret sheathed in pressed metal with a conical roof and finial, a mansard roof with tall chimneys. The B style buildings contain a classical columned first story porch, a projecting pressed metal bay at the 2nd and 3rd stories, and a slate covered mansard. A large one-story addition has been added to the front of 4833-4835 to house “The Whole Truth Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, Inc.” This red brick addition contains a Colonial Revival entrance and storefront and a garage entrance. The porch of number 4839 has been infilled. 15 Contributing.

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4800 Baltimore Avenue

c. 1900

One three-story, multi-bay red brick Classical Revival free standing building. First story houses Congressman James Roebuck’s office. Distinguishing features include decorative brickwork moldings and coursings, pressed metal cornice, cast stone sills and lintels, elaborate bracketed cornice. 1 Contributing.

4804-4808 Baltimore Avenue

c. 1900

Three three-story, 1-bay Queen Anne triple residence. Orangish brick frontice with red brick on side and rear. Distinguishing features include 1st story porch with fluted columns, paneled piers and bracketed cornice. Porch on 4008 has been infilled. 3 Contributing.

4804 - 2nd story projecting bay and 3rd story mansard with peaked dormer and triple windows.

4806 - 2nd story projecting bay and 3rd story mansard with paired gabled dormers and finials.

4808 - 2nd and 3rd story projecting bay with peaked roof and finial. Mansard roof.

4810-4812 Baltimore Avenue

c. 1900

Two three-story, 2-bay twin Queen Anne/Colonial Revival twin residence. Tannish brick front with red brick on rear and side elevations. Distinguishing features include centered porch pediment with elaborate pressed metal detailing, 2nd story projecting bay with triple window on outer bay, 3rd story mansard with gambrel dormer with scalloped wood shingling. Inner bay contains one window on 2nd and 3rd stories. Porch of 4810 has been infilled; porch of 4812 has been altered. 2 Contributing.

4814 Baltimore Avenue

c. 1900

One three-story, two-bay detached Colonial Revival red brick residence. “Gods Rescue Mission.” 1st story has been altered with modern infill. 2nd and 3rd story pressed metal bay with triple window. One narrow register of 1/1 sash. Pressed metal cornice with finials. 1 Contributing.

4818-4820 Baltimore Avenue

c. 1900

Two three-story, 2-bay twin Queen Anne/Colonial Revival twin residence. Tannish brick front with red brick on rear and side elevations. Distinguishing features include 2nd story projecting bay with triple window on outer bay, 3rd story mansard with gambrel dormer with scalloped wood shingling. Inner bay contains one window on 2nd and 3rd stories. First stories have been infilled to accommodate a storefront. Second story of 4816 was also altered with an addition to the front. 2 Contributing.

4822 Baltimore Avenue

c. 1900

One three-story tannish brick Colonial Revival semi-detached building with commercial first story usage. Distinguishing features include 1st story storefront with pressed metal pilasters and cornice, one register of triple 1/1 windows at 2nd and 3rd stories, flat roof with short parapet. 1 Contributing.

4826 Baltimore Avenue

1908

Davis & Davis

Originally First Pennsylvania Bank; Current designation Beulah Tabernacle. Exaggerated two story Beaux Arts limestone facade. Distinguishing features include engaged Tucson columns supporting a massive entablature and a projecting cornice, balustrade parapet wall, large steel frame windows, swagged panels. 1 Contributing.

4828-4830 Baltimore Avenue

Two three-story row buildings with commercial Colonial Revival buildings with 1st story usage. Distinguishing features include 2nd story projecting pressed metal bay with swags, three arched 3rd story windows, shallow hipped roof with wide eaves, small hipped roof dormer at 4th story. 16/1 windows. Modern storefront. 2 Contributing.