OSAGE AVENUE

4200 block Osage Avenue

4215-41 Osage Ave.

Thomas Killough, developer

c.1915

Fourteen, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, pyrated brick rowhouses. Distinctive features include columned porch, second floor bay window, ground floor leaded glass transom windows, third floor arched double-hung windows, paired windows in hipped roof dormer, denticulated mouldings, and decorative brickwork. Front yard. 14 Contributing.

Leaded glass transom windows removed: 4221, 4241

Porch balustrade replaced: 4219

Slate roof shingles replaced with asphalt: All

4243-4251 Osage Ave.

See 427 S. 43rd St.

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4200-4206 Osage Ave.

See 420 S. 42nd St.

4208-4222 Osage Ave.

Thomas Killough/ Ben Welch, developer

c.1913

Eight, three-and-one-half-story, two-bay, Roman brick, Colonial Revival, rowhouses. Distinguishing features include square columned porch with modillion, course ground floor paired window with leaded glass transom, second floor bay window, decorative brick beltcourse, third floor stuccoed with brick quoins surrounding windows, bracketed cornice, tile front shed roof, single arched window in pedimented gable. 8 Contributing.

Tile roof replaced: 4208, 4212, 4214, 4216, 4220, 4222

4224-4240 Osage Ave.

Barclay W. Glover, builder and developer

Stetler and Deysher, architect

c.1926

Webster Manor. Four-story, multi-bay, all header brick and stucco Tudor Revival U-shaped apartment building. Distinguishing features include metal casement windows, half-timbering on stuccoed portions of facade, slate roof shingles on front cross gable portion of roof. 1 Contributing.

4242-4244 Osage Ave.

Empty lot.

4246-4248 Osage Ave.

See 431 S. 43rd St.

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4300 block Osage Avenue

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except for brick in front of 4300-4328

Curbs: Granite

4301-4313 Osage Ave.

See 426 43rd St.

4315-4329 Osage Ave.

Thomas Marshall, developer

c.1889

Eight, two- and three-story, two-bay, brick, Queen Anne, rowhouses ABAAAACA pattern. All have flat roof except 4317 with mansard, arch lead sash. Distinguishing features of A) two-story, columned porch, segmentally arched windows, stone sills, corbelled brick cornice, decorative brownstone and brick segmentally arched lintels; B) three-story, segmentally arched windows, stone sills, decorative corbelled brick cornice, decorative brownstone and brick segmentally arched lintels, paired window under pedimented gable, slate roof shingles; C) three-story, segmentally arched windows, brownstone sills, decorative corbelled brick cornice, decorative brick and brownstone segmentally arched lintels. 8 Contributing.

Porch removed: 4315, 4317, 4319,, 4321, 4329,

Porch posts replaced: 4325

4331-4337 Osage Ave.

Charles W. Macfarlane, developer

c.1897

Four, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include classical columned porch with modillioned cornice, second floor bay window with denticulated cornice, brick quoins, paired window pedimented gable in mansard roof. 4 Contributing.

Porch removed: 4331

Porch balustrade removed: 4333, 4335, 4337

Slate roof shingles replaced: 4331

Bay detail removed/replaced: 4235, 4237

4339-4345 Osage Ave.

See 421 S. 44th St.

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4300-4328 Osage Ave.

(4300-02 Osage a.k.a. 430-438 S. 43rd St.)

(4328 Osage a.k.a. 429-435 S. 44th St.)

Edward Shields, developer

c.1870

Eight, three-story, two-bay, brick with stone facade, Second Empire, semi-detached houses in the AABBBBAA pattern. All have raised front yards, mansard roofs with slate shingles, and at ground floor 2/4 windows, 2/2 above. Distinguishing features of A) stone and iron fence, millwork porch with bracketed cornice, segmentally arched window heads, paired bracketed cornice, bracketed window hoods over projecting dormers, slate roof shingles; B) stone and iron fence, classically columned porch with denticulated cornice, second floor bay window with paired bracketed cornice, bracketed window hoods over projecting dormers, slate roof shingles. 8 Contributing.

Porch altered: 4318

Slate roof shingles replaced: 4300, 4316

Window shutters removed: 4300

Two story modern addition on side: 4312

Balustrade existing: 4328

Large added porch: 4316

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4400 block Osage Avenue

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete except for bricks in front of 4412

Curbs: Granite

4401-4403 Osage Ave.

See 414-418 South 44 St.

4405 Osage Ave.

Edward Shields, developer

c.1872

Three story, two-bay, stuccoed, Second Empire, semi-detached house. Distinguishing features include original millwork porch, bracketed projecting window hoods, quoins. Facade stuccoed and reshaped (see 4411-13 for original facade type). 1 Contributing.

4407 Osage Ave.

Developer unknown

c.1905

One-story, two-bay, schist stone garage with living quarters above, hipped roof. 1 Contributing.

4309 Osage Ave.

Empty lot.

4411-4413 Osage Ave.

Edward Shields, developer

c.1872

Two, three-story, two-bay, stuccoed, Second Empire semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include iron fence, terraced front yard, millwork porch with bracketed cornice, paired bracketed cornice, fishscale slate shingle mansard roof, projecting dormer windows. First floor 2/4 windows, 2/2 above, arched 2/2 windows in dormers. 2 Contributing.

Roof addition: 4413

4415-4417 Osage Ave.

William Killough, developer

c.1907

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick Jacobean/Colonial Revival semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone fence, front yard, classical columned porch with denticulated cornice, second floor elliptical bay window with swag and garland and other applied ornamentation, third floor paired gothic arched windows with label molding, Flemish gable facing street. 2 Contributing.

Porch glazed: 4415

4419-4421 Osage Ave.

Edward Shields, developer

c.1872

Two, three-story, two-bay, stuccoed, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. See 4411-13 for description. 2 Contributing.

Porch and brick facing on base removed: 4419

4423-4435 Osage Ave.

(4435 Osage a.k.a. 411-415 S. 45th St.)

Maurice Hertzfeld, developer

c.1962

Seven, three-story, two-bay, brick, modern, rowhouses, ground floor garages. 7 Non-Contributing

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4400-4410 Osage Ave.

See 420 South 44 St.

4412-4414 Osage Ave.

Edward Shields, developer

c.1872

Two, three-story, two-bay, brick, Second Empire, semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include millwork porch with brackets, full length first floor 2/4 windows, bracketed cornice, 2/2 windows on second floor, paired window in hipped dormer, slate shingle mansard roof. 2 Contributing.

Brick front addition replaces porch: 4412

Iron fence existing: 4412

4416-4418 Osage Ave.

Louis Elgart, architect, developer and builder

c.1926

Marlton Manor Apartments. Four-story, U-shaped multi-bay, yellow tapestry brick Colonial Revival apartment building. Distinguishing features include entrance court, arched windows with fan lights, 6/1 sash, simple brick decoration, parapet and flat roof. 1 Contributing.

4420 Osage Ave.

Edward Shields, developer

c.1872

One three-story, two-bay, brownstone-faced, Second Empire, semi-detached house. Balustrade added. See 4412-14 for description. 1 Contributing.

4422-4424 Osage Ave.

Samuel R. Edge, developer and builder

James C. S. Fernald, architect

c.1913

Edgelynn. Three-story, three-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Neoclassical apartment building. Distinguishing features include two-story porch with brick columns, tripartite windows, central projecting bays, denticulated and modillioned cornice, flat roof, front yard. 1 Contributing.

4426 Osage Ave.

Edward Shields, developer

c.1872

One three-story, two-bay, brownstone-faced, Second Empire, semi-detached house. See 4412-14 for description. Brick one story facade addition c.1930. 1 Contributing.

4428-4430 Osage Ave.

See 419-25 South 45 St.

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4500 block Osage Avenue

Street: Asphalt

Sidewalks: Concrete

Curbs: Granite

4501-4507, 4509-4523 Osage Ave.

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1899

Eight, two-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival, rowhouses. Distinguishing features include columned porches with shared pedimented entrances, stone lintels and sills, pressed metal cornice, swag and garland ornamentation, flat roof, front yards. 8 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade removed/replaced: 4509, 4511, 4513, 4521

4525-4535 Osage Ave.

William M. Taylor, developer

c.1899

Six, three-story, two-bay, Flemish bond brick with darkened headers, Colonial Revival rowhouses in the AABBAA pattern. All have small front yards and mansard roof. Distinguishing features of A) columned porch, stone lintels and sills, second floor bay window, third floor paired windows under cross gable, slate roof shingles; B) columned porch with shared pedimented entrance, rusticated stone lintels and sills, paired windows under double-gabled dormer, slate roof shingles. 6 Contributing.

Porch posts/balustrade removed/replaced: 4527, 4529, 4531,4533

Slate roof shingles replaced with asphalt: 4525, 4527

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4500-4508 Osage Ave.

See 416 S. 45th St.

4510-4512 Osage Ave.

Thomas Gambel, developer

c.1899

Two, three-story, two-bay, orange brick, Colonial Revival/Victorian semi-detached houses. Distinguishing features include stone base, hipped roof porches, second floor bay window, paired windows in pedimented dormer with swag and garland ornamentation, slate roof shingles on mansard roof. 2 Contributing.

4514 Osage Ave.

c. 1900

Three-story, two-bay Colonial Revival flat roof former rowhouse that has become detached. Permastone frontice with faux keystones over 1/1 windows. Stuccoed side elevation. Modern doors and windows. Retains overall form and configuration. 1 Contributing.

4518-4520 Osage Ave.

c. 1920

“Osage Manor”

One three-story, tannish brick, Colonial Revival apartment building with stepped parapet. Six-over-one windows with arched transoms. Projecting metal bays with gable roofs. 1 Contributing.

4524 Osage Ave.

c. 1900/c. 1920

One three-story on raised basement, Colonial Revival semi-detached residence. Windows in 6/1 and 8/1 configuration organized in three. Modern brick frontice added to original Victorian front. Victorian pediment still visible at third story. 1 Contributing.

4526-4528 Osage Ave.

c. 1920

“Elvista”

One three-story over raised basement, tannish brick Colonial Revival apartment building organized into eight bays with paired and triple windows in 4/4 and 8/8 configuration with several Palladian windows. Case stone entrance surround with case iron balconettes. Inset terra cotta decorative squares. Flat roof, stepped parapet. Small front garden plot surrounded by low brick walls. 1 Contributing.