CEDAR AVENUE

4600 block Cedar Avenue

4601 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

One, three-story, three-bay, brick with wood trim, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival single residence with full-width porch and cross gable and hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

4603-4605 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood trim, Colonial Revival twin residence with partial width porch (altered) and cross-gambrel roof. 2 Contributing.

4607-4609 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood trim, Colonial Revival/Queen Anne twin with one-story full-width Arts and Crafts vernacular addition and slate hipped roof. 2 Contributing.

4611 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

One, three-story, three-bay, brick with wood trim, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival single residence with full-width porch and slate cross gable and hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

4613-4631 Cedar Avenue

c. 1909

Ten, three-story, two-bay, brick with pressed metal and wood trim, Colonial Revival/Renaissance Revival twin residences with full-width porch and hipped roof. 4615: original clay roof tile. 10 Contributing.

4643 Cedar Avenue

Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church

Charles Oelschlager

1907 [G. King was cited as the architect of a 1901 Lutheran church on the site. C. Oelschlage was reported to have rebuilt the church after a fire in 1905. An 1889 datestone on the building seemingly relates to an earlier structure].

One, one and one-half story, three-bay, stone, Gothic Revival church with twin crenelated towers flanking central pavillion entrance. Large pointed arch window with gothic tracery above the entrance. Parish hall attached to east side. 1 Contributing.

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4614-4624 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Six, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood trim, Colonial Revival, twin residences with full-width front porch and slate gambrel roof. 6 Contributing.

4626 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

One, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood and pressed metal trim, single residence with full-width porch and flat roof. 1 Contributing.

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4700 block Cedar Avenue

4701-4739 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Twenty, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood and pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. Stone facades: 4701-3, 4717-9, 4721-3, 4737-9. 4701 and 4737: porches enclosed. 20 Contributing.

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4702 Cedar Avenue

c. 1909

One, two-story, three-bay, brick with wood trim, Colonial Revival vernacular with flat roof. 1 Non-contributing.

4704-4734 Cedar Avenue

c. 1909

Sixteen, three-story, three-bay, brick with wood trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. 16 Contributing.

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4800 block Cedar Avenue

4815-4845 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Sixteen, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood and pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. Stone facades: 4815-17, 4823-5, 4831-5, 4839-41. 4835: porch enclosed. 16 Contributing.

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4814-4844 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Sixteen, three-story, two-bay, brick with wood and pressed metal trim, Colonial Revival twin residences with full-width porch and slate hipped roof. Stone facades: 4818-20, 4826-8, 4834-6, 4842-4. 4836: porch enclosed. 16 Contributing.

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4900 block Cedar Avenue

4901-4939 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Twenty three-story, two-bay red and orange brick Colonial Revival twins with Flemish and Queen Anne detailing. Organized in an AABBCCBBDDDDBBCCBBAA pattern. Distinguishing features of the A units include first story porch, 2nd story window with oval pane and triangular bay or 2nd story projecting bay, shallow hipped roof with broad eaves, corbelled chimney, Neo-Classical form with elements of arts and crafts. Distinguishing features of B units include 1st story porch with turned balusters, bracketed cornice and classical porch posts, 1/1 sash, 2nd story bay with swag details, 3rd story paired windows, mansard with Flemish gable and finial, quoining. Distinguishing features of the C units include 1st story classical columned porch, 2-story conical bay at 2nd and 3rd stories with classical detailing, 1/1 sash, quoining, mansard roof. Distinguishing features of the D units include 1st story porch with classical columns, turned balusters and flat roof and gabled pediment denoting entrance location, 2nd story projecting pressed metal bay with classical detailing, 3rd story mansard with peaked dormer. Porch posts generally remain throughout, though often the balusters have been replaced. Aluminum siding on some units. 20 Contributing.

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4900-4946 Cedar Avenue

c. 1910

Twenty-five three-story brick Colonial Revival twins with one triple (4900-4904) organized in an AAABBBBCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC pattern. Distingishing features of the A units include first story classical columned porch, first story arched windows, second story pressed metal bays with classical detailing, third story 1/.1 sash in groups of three, hipped roof with hipped roof dormer, evidence of arts and crafts influence. Distinguishing features of B units include first story classical columned porch (some altered with modern posts), second and third story pressed metal paneled bays, third story has mansard-like roof configuration with hipped dormer containing paired windows. Distinguishing features of hte C units include first story classical columned porch, second story pressed metal bracketed bay, third story alternating square and arched headed windows, steeply pitched hipped roof with hipped dormers and tall corbelled chimneys. 25 Contributing.

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5000 block Cedar Avenue

5001-5039 Cedar Avenue

c. 1900

Nineteen three-story, two-bay red and orange brick Colonial Revival twins with Flemish and Queen Anne detailing. Organized in an AABBCCBBDDDDBBCCBBAA pattern. Number 5003 shows evidence of substantial fire damage. Number 5005 has been demolished. Distinguishing features of the A units include first story porch, 2nd story window with oval pane and triangular bay or 2nd story projecting bay, shallow hipped roof with broad eaves, corbelled chimney, Neo-Classical form with elements of arts and crafts. Distinguishing features of B units include 1st story porch with turned balusters, bracketed cornice and classical porch posts, 1/1 sash, 2nd story bay with swag details, 3rd story paired windows, mansard with Flemish gable and finial, quoining. Distinguishing features of the C units include 1st story classical columned porch, 2-story conical bay at 2nd and 3rd stories with classical detailing, 1/1 sash, quoining, mansard roof. Distinguishing features of the D units include 1st story porch with classical columns, turned balusters and flat roof and gabled pediment denoting entrance location, 2nd story projecting pressed metal bay with classical detailing, 3rd story mansard with peaked dormer. Porch posts generally remain throughout, though often the balusters have been replaced. Porches have been enclosed on 5013-5015, 5029, 5035, 5037. Aluminum siding on some units. 19 Contributing.

5000-5050 Cedar Avenue

Twenty-four three-story, two-bay orange and red brick Colonial Revival twins with Flemish detailing. First story classical columned front porches (some replacement features and some infill), second story pressed metal bays (some covered with modern siding), third story slate mansard (some covered with asphalt) with Flemish dormer and paired windows. Numbers 5030 and 5034 have been demolished. 24 Contributing.